schedule Mar 6th 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM place Ball Room 1 people 99 Attending

In the 21st century, organisations need to

  • Put the customer in the centre of our focus
  • Shed outdated ways of thinking
  • Embrace an agile mindset
  • Incorporate new ways of working
  • Leverage the pace of change for competitive advantage

This talk explores what it means to be agile in a business context. It looks at the key elements needed, how they are interwoven and what is needed for organisations to transform their thinking and behaviour into new ways of working.

Business Agility is about putting the customer at the centre of the organization’s focus, changing from measuring activities to outcomes and creating an ecosystem which unleashes the productivity and innovation already present in the people in the organisation.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

5 Minutes Intro & define business agility

5 Minutes Why business agility matters

15 Minutes - Change your organisation

  • Changed imperitives
  • Changed structures
  • Creating great teams
  • Space for learning
  • Aligned autonomy
  • New financial models
  • Radical transparency
  • Avoid waste

10 Minutes - Change Yourself

  • Become a lifelong learner
  • Become passionately dissatisfied
  • Become customer fanatical

5 Minutes Wrapup + Q&A

Learning Outcome

  • Why business agility is imperative to cope in a VUCA world
  • Ways the organisation needs to change to become an agile business
  • Ways the individuals in the organisation need to change in order to allow the organisation to become truly agile

Target Audience

Leaders Change Agents Influencers

Prerequisite

A desire to change to new ways of thinking and working. An open mind willing to accept that change starts with you, irrespective of your role in the organisation.

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