Abstract:

This presentation was initial created for an executive leadership team being pressure into the practices of Agile. The Organization soon found their to be a huge gap in the understanding of organizational agility, of not only agile, but the conceptual models needed to drive speed, innovation, and creativity. This session will provide a view into an integral view to change. In 45 minutes I will not be able to cover all of the details in every model, however I plan to present these models in such a way that they the audience will understand what resources are at their disposal to leverage when needed and expand their perspective.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Information for Program Team:
  • Overview of the Context (Exercise: what frameworks do you leverage?)
  • Introduction to the models (ex. Co-active, Edge Theory, Coaching Competency Model, etc.)
  • Your role to the Model (Discovery exercise, followed by analysis)
  • The Model's role to you and your organization
  • How to take a Integral view moving forward
Prerequisite Knowledge:

The audience should have experience working within an Agile environment and exposure to the dynamics created within self-directed work teams.

Learning Outcomes:
  • - Understanding of theories behind Organizational Agility
  • - Drive the differentiators between practices, principles, and theories
  • - Understanding of how the collection of models is greater than the some of the parts
  • - Provide different concepts to help shape their Integral Agile thinking
Presentation History:

Kicking off an Agile Program, Team, and Culture, Agile2015

What to Expect when your expecting, Product Ownership in the government space, Agile2015

Introduction to Agile Fundamentals, (various clients)
SAFe Training (SPC) since 2013
Agile Baltimore, The Power of Scrum and How to get Started (2013)
Agile Baltimore, Panel Member for “Leverage Agile” (2013)
Meetup - Agile NOVA (2014)
AgileDC 2014, Kicking off an Agile Product, Team and Culture
Integral Agile for Executive Leadership (Boston, 2015)

 

Information for Program Team:

  • Overview of the Context (Exercise: what frameworks do you leverage?)
  • Introduction to the models (ex. Co-active, Edge Theory, Coaching Competency Model, etc.)
  • Your role to the Model (Discovery exercise, followed by analysis)
  • The Model's role to you and your organization
  • How to take a Integral view moving forward

Learning Outcome

Learning Outcomes:

  • - Understanding of theories behind Organizational Agility
  • - Drive the differentiators between practices, principles, and theories
  • - Understanding of how the collection of models is greater than the some of the parts
  • - Provide different concepts to help shape their Integral Agile thinking

Target Audience

Agilist, Coaches, Management, Organizational Change Agents, Continous Learners, Curious People

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