In recent years, brain-analysis technologies such as electroencephalography (EEG), magnetoencephalography (MEG), and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have allowed us to track how the energy of a thought flows through the brain, in the same way, that we trace blood flowing through our circulatory system. We can also see different areas illuminate according to the type of thought that help us understand better how our brains cope with the constant changes during an Agile transformation.
We have concluded that our brains are not well prepared for the large-scale changes in companies.
Different techniques are needed in order to decrease resistance to the constant change, to increase knowledge and to accelerate adoption.
Join this session to learn more about the ways that the brain reacts to continuous changes, understand which components are missing in your Agile plans during a company transformation, and be able to create powerful plans that accelerate adoption and build adaptable organizations.
During this session, you will learn:
1. Basic concepts about the neuroscience of change and why this matters to a Leader or an Agile Consultant.
2. The differences between Agile and Business Agility.
3. How to create powerful plans that can be implemented across the whole organization.
4. Tricks to positively influence those who need to grow their mindsets.
We are meeting in Conference Room 2D of the WeWork MidMarket (995 Market St, San Francisco).
Erich R. Bühler is a European change agent and the author of the best-selling book Leading Exponential Change.
He is CSM, CSP-SM, main mentor and trainer at Innova1st Consulting. He began his professional career in 1993 and helped several public and private initiatives succeed in Uruguay, Chile, Spain, London, Malta and New Zealand.
Thanks to our food and refreshments sponsor Adventures with Agile (AWA): https://www.adventureswithagile.com/
Thanks to our space sponsor WeWork: https://www.wework.com/