Are you ready to coach and lead your organization to profitable innovation? Learn the characteristics that foster innovation and attract future customers. When it comes to Agile, organizations today don’t leverage its full suite of practices, and end up falling short of its potential. What’s stopping us from investing in excellence? Learn a model of how to create an environment that fosters innovation. This model is based on hands-on experiments and extensive interviews with innovators. Learn the surprising activities and strategies that made them successful. 

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Introduction & Ice Breaker

Interviews with Innovators 

Model for Innovation

Activities and Strategies for Coaches and Leaders

Learning Outcome

Understand the relationship between agile and innovation for profit

Gain a deeper knowledge of the daily work of innovators 

Learn how to create and environment that fosters innovation

Gain a set of specific, repeatable activities 

Leverage extensive references to additional material (videos, books and articles) 

Target Audience

Executives, Leaders, Agile Coaches, Product Owners and Facilitators

schedule Submitted 10 months ago

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  • George Dinwiddie
    By George Dinwiddie  ~  10 months ago
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    Hi, Tricia,

    As a reviewer, I'm having a hard time picturing what your session will be like. How will you handle interviews? What is your model for innovation? What kinds of activities and strategies?

    Also, the abstract needs to attract the right audience. The people who would find your session interesting and get value from it need to recognize themselves in the abstract, and then be convinced of the value they will receive. This is a bit too general, and is hard to relate.

     - George

  • Gail Pean
    By Gail Pean  ~  10 months ago
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    Looks very rewarding. I love the idea of innovation fostering individual and organization growth. 

  • Maria Fafard
    By Maria Fafard  ~  10 months ago
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    Sounds like a terrific (and profoundly needed) talk Tricia! Looking forward to attending it. 


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