location_city Bengaluru schedule Mar 4th 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM place Gulmohar people 28 Interested add_circle_outline Notify

As the world changes at an unprecedented pace, imagine if organisations could navigate through change and use it as an opportunity to get better, rather than simply getting through. This unique program offers an intense, strategic appreciation for leaders and practitioners to understand the ingredients to create an Agile organisation that is responsive to value creation in a disruptive environment.

This practical workshop is designed to help you to speed your business up, to focus on what’s important, reduce waste and red tape and, most importantly deliver value to your business and your customers. This foundation is essential for leaders to jumpstart learning on how to thrive in uncertainty and create organisational success.

The ICP-BAF Certification from ICAgile is granted on the successful completion of this workshop, the subsequent 2 webinars, and a written submission. To obtain the certificate there is an additional $100 USD fee to be paid to ICAgile.


Outline/Structure of the Workshop

One day workshop optionally followed by 2 webinars and a written submission to achieve ICAgile certification

The ICP-BAF Certification from ICAgile is granted on the successful completion of this workshop and the subsequent webinars.

This certification is part of the ICAgile Business Agility Track.

Learning Outcome

By the end of this course you will be able to understand:

  • The mindset and culture that business agility instils
  • A model for change that is based on current management thinking and human dynamics
  • The techniques to help examine and improve your work practices
  • How to define your customer(s) and how you add value to them
  • How to treat everything as an experiment, with a value test and hypothesis that is either validated or disproved with real empirical data
  • How to use value stream maps, Kanban values, principles and practices, A3s and lean thinking to eliminate waste and create space for innovation.

Target Audience

Leaders, Managers, Practitioners

Prerequisites for Attendees

A willingness to challenge traditional thinking and a desire to deliver outcomes for the organisation.

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  • Sankar S
    By Sankar S  ~  2 years ago
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    I'm looking forward to take the Business agility path and would like know is any upcoming seminar planned on Business Agility in South India.




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