How can you create an agile organization that can innovate, resolve issues promptly and grow in a context of perpetual change.
The future belongs to agile organizations. To those organizations and leaders who will learn how to change and adapt as quickly as the high-speed environment in which they operate. How can you make the switch to agility? First, by changing your mindsets. Then, by implementing a series of practices putting your end customer at the core of your decisions and accelerate decision making, innovation and execution. This workshop will enable you to experiment the agile mindsets, behaviors and practices with one of your own initiatives. Key take-aways: a toolkit, a path and an action plan to increase your capacity to innovate, solve problems and deploy your initiatives more efficiently and rapidly.
Who should attend
Executives, teams and experts who are willing to transform their mindsets and practices to increase their organization's agility.
- Become aware of how much your current mindsets and behaviors support agility, or not;
- Discover a model and renown organizational agility practices;
- Experiment, through real situations, proven practices in agility such as:
- Pick up the signals which your customers and external environment send you
- Decide in real-time
- Experiment and learn in an iterative way
- Set up and facilitate agile teams
- 20% on concepts VS 80% experimentation – action learning
- Team work to apply practices and tools to real situations
- Organizational agility model
- Making the switch to agility - Implementation path
- The Agility Canvas
- Tools to implement agility practices
- Agile mindsets assessment tools
- Checklist of agile behaviors
- Duration: 1 day
- Two (2) hours of individual coaching
- Six one-hour virtual meetings with each team that attended the workshop to deep dive on a concept or tool in which participants will be asked to share their various experimentations, learnings and questions.
- Maximum umber of participants 15
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