Lean-Agile Leaders: A mix of action and style!
Studies ubiquitously show that Leadership and Culture are among the top factors for a successful Lean Agile transformation. What specific actions should leaders take to structure Lean Agile transformations? How does leader style enable cultural change? This session provides 1) a practical set of actions to start or improve your transformation and 2) a specific list of behaviors to do and NOT to do in setting the right culture as a leader.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Defining the Lean-Agile Leadership challenge
- Leading Change: A level deeper!
- Cultivating a Leadership Culture
- Developing your Lean-Agile leadership style
Sessions participants will leave this session with specific actions to initiate or improve the structure of their organizations Lean-Agile transformation. In addition they will have a specific set of behaviors to exhibit and NOT exhibit. We'll have some fun with the behaviors not to exhibit!
Lean Agile Leaders at any level of a transformation
Prerequisites for Attendees
Basic understanding of Lean Agile transformation efforts.
schedule Submitted 8 months ago
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