Leadership Agility - Organizational Agility - winning agile transformations

"Agile doesn't work for me, my team and my organization" have you heard or experienced this, if so this presentation gives you an insight about how leadership is responsible for driving the transformation. I shall focus on the leadership agility levels and organizational agility parameters, also I would discuss the aspects that connect the leadership style and culture. Over 90% of leaders operate at an heroic leadership level as experts and achievers, this traditional approach limits the organizational agility, innovation and productivity. Leadership agility requires a paradigm shift from a world of competition and duality to collaboration and unity. Organizational agility is a journey, learn how being a catalyst leader helps achieving organizational agility.

“Leadership bring culture to organization and culture builds leadership agility”

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Understanding the Leadership agility, organizational agility and how they are connected to the successful leadership in agile transformations.

Identify the leadership styles and connect to the right style by knowing their strengths and weakness.

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Managers, Agile Coaches, Executives and Agile transformation team members

schedule Submitted 5 years ago

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  • Ted Tencza
    By Ted Tencza  ~  1 month ago
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    Hi Naveen,

          You should review the sample proposal at http://confengine.com/proposal/1/sample-proposal-product-discovery-workshop.  This will give you some insight into what we are looking for in a proposal.  Each of your sections needs to have much greater details so we can evaluate your porposal.


  • Tathagat Varma
    By Tathagat Varma  ~  5 years ago
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    Hi Naveen - can you explain how this relates to Beyond Agility? Leadership issues in agile adoption might relate to scaling it up across the organizations, and, to me at least, many of these are reasonably mainstream even if not well implemented. What specific viewpioing do you proposa in your talk? Also, what is the practitioner perspective in terms of results achieved from solving real-world problems and what are the key insights from it?