Many organizations working with Agile methodologies talk about changing mindsets. Leaders are looking to Agile practices to lead the way toward an overall organizational change where teams are motivated to deliver more value faster, and where people’s pride and joy of work are enhanced.
We know from extensive experience that Agile principles and practices by themselves will not lead to this kind of an organizational transformation.
If organizations want to realize the full potential of Agile and really become better at delivering the right product faster, it’s critical to consider:
A real Agile transformation is about not just doing Agile, but being Agile. Taking the principles of Agile in, and shifting to new behaviors that drive results.
The course is heavily based on neuroscience: how we, as humans, are wired, and how that relates to motivation and dealing with change. It is a mix of lecture and practical exercises to create understanding about what it means to shift mindsets, what it takes to achieve it, and how to sustain the change.
The course is targeted to people who are working as or will work as change agents in the organization. Typically, leaders and managers at all levels who play a role in motivating people and creating greater value and innovation.
The course is in a workshop format that varies between presenting theory and hands-on activities. As applying theory is the best way to learn, participants will play a very active role in the course.
The course will cover:
Prerequisites Some prior basic knowledge about Scrum and Agile is beneficial, but not a must.
Jenni‘s introduction to Intent-based Leadership from the Agile Breakfast is now available to watch in full with subtitles
Build trust to breakdown silos by: being curious, seeing others’ perspectives & experimenting to do things differently TOGETHER.
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