How a Digital Operating Model creates Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

location_city Virtual schedule Oct 13th 11:00 - 11:45 AM IST place Online 2 people 20 Interested

Unlike typical operating models, the DigOps model focuses on organizational mindset, mechanics, maturity and market share. The model helps change culture and creates a team of team environment using Diverse Collaboration techniques that develop diversity, equity and inclusion across the organization as they deliver a predictable flow of value to their customers. 

As organizations learn, they develop this same relationship with their customers by creating opportunities for Diverse Collaboration where every voice can be heard.  This helps them relate to their customers, potential customers and provide the best experience possible. 

Join me in exploring this DigOps model and how to implement a team of teams approach in your organization that will promote diversity, equity and inclusion that results in business results. 



Outline/Structure of the Case Study

  1. Understand Exclusion and Oppression
  2. Understand impacts
  3. Review approaches to create culture and teams of team approach
  4. Determine next steps
  5. Q&A

Learning Outcome

  • Participants will learn why it is important to develop a digital operating model that promotes DEI
  • Participants will learn how to create a team of team approach that is focused on creating flow of value to customers. 
  • Participants will learn how to promote DEI in their operating model in order to develop customer relationships. 


Target Audience

Any level of the organization, IT or otherwise, who are interested in create a diverse, inclusive environment

Prerequisites for Attendees

  • Basic transformation techniques
  • Agile, Scrum, Lean understanding


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