Innovations –and sometimes revolutions– in technology are not the only challenges facing organizations. Relentless competitive pressure, ever-more volatile markets, geo-political uncertainty, and increasingly complex demands from customers and staff compel organizations to transform their structures, systems, and processes from the ground up.
At the heart of all these changes are people in different stakeholder roles – as customers, suppliers, C-level executives or operational staff. Highly qualified gen-Y and gen-Z talents expect work to be challenging and inspiring, with great pay and career prospects. Most importantly, they also demand flexible working structures, with the ability to decide when and where to work. They expect a wide choice of projects to be available with opportunities for self-realization. Delivering on these expectations is a huge challenge for management. Meanwhile, customers expect their providers to understand and anticipate rapid changes to formerly entrenched ways of doing business, and to respond with a continuous stream of innovation. In an environment like this, how can organizations gain and keep a distinct competitive advantage? How will managers engage their staff as peers rather than as subordinates, as people who demand to work autonomously rather than taking and carrying out orders? How can the worn catchphrases on company noticeboards, such as “Be agile” and “Think digital,” be transformed into real-life organizational practice?
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Managers seeking the enlargement of their knowledge scope
Senior and departments managers
Employees candidate to managerial positions
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the Workshop, delegates will be able to:
knowhow to lead a large enterprise organization to transition to agile
Learn Agile leadership skills and how they are different from traditional leadership skills
Develop an understanding of Agile team dynamics and performance and some basic Agile coaching skills to develop and lead high performance Agile teams
Know the importance of the organizational agility
Know the ways and technique to build a flexible teams.
Definition of Agility and why it’s important
Factors of agility
Benefits of Agile Organizations
Where Does Organizational Agility Start
How Leadership Can Improve Agility
Process Improvement Tools
Cause and Effect Diagrams
Histograms and Pareto Charts
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