Agile Leadership Online Workshop
A group of Agile Teams does not equal Organizational Agility!
Due to the response of our last virtual meet up, "A group of Agile Teams does not equal Organizational Agility", we're holding a follow up 4-hour workshop!
As this is a 4-hour session, we're asking for a small fee of $199 for our instructors fee.
Please register here
All Attendees MUST REGISTER!
Typical Agile introductions focus on training teams or tend to focus on specific roles in an Agile or Scrum adoption. Having a group of “agile” teams does not provide the holistic change that is required at various levels of an organization looking to improve by adopting Agile, Lean or similar practices. Managers in the agile organization:
- Play a critical role in assisting the organization with the changes that will occur to structure, roles and process in beginning an Agile transformation
- Are instrumental in fostering shared vision, removing obstacles, enabling self-organizing teams, motivating and inspiriting the organization to better serve their customers
- Will need to undergo a potential shift to a more catalytic management and leadership style
-In order for managers to be successful in the agile organization, it is critical that a common understanding exists across the project teams and leadership team of agility, the purpose of our continuous pursuit of agility and managers’ roles in this pursuit.
This training is worth 4 PDUs
-Motivate and Support Agile Teams
-Influence the Environment to Enable Change and Improvement
-Support the Complex Nature of Product Development
-Uncover Gaps between Vision of Teams, Leaders and Current Reality
-Remove Barriers to Achieve the Organization’s Vision
Directors, Executives, Managers, HR Directors, etc
Participants are expected to have a basic understanding of Agile.
Establish Common Understanding of Organization’s Goals for Agile Adoption
Review Agile and Scrum Refresher: Understanding the Incremental Nature of Change
Leadership and Agility
Purpose ofLeadership in the Complex Organization
Shifting Focus from Traditional Management to Agile Management
The Importance of Shared Vision and Commitment
Identifying Vision Gaps within the Organization
Identify Potential Obstacles to Implementing Agile in your Organization
The Agile Manager: Designer of Environments
Angela is a Certified Scrum Trainer and Agile Transformation Coach providing education consulting services to clients across the United States who are adopting Agile. Angela has successfully implemented Scrum and Agile principles in a variety of projects from web-based applications to enterprise level retail and financial projects coaching teams, managers, stakeholders and executives.
A graduate of Hamline University (B.A.) and the University of St. Thomas (M.B.C.), Angela has presented to PMI’s Global Agile Community of Practice and at the Project Management Institute (PMI) Minnesota Professional Development Days and chapter events and also to the Twin Cities Quality Assurance Association. Angela is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and a PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP). Angela facilitates the PMI Minnesota Agile Local Interest Group and is also an active member of the Scrum Alliance, and Agile Alliance.