Ok so now we are agile, is that it ?

Many organisations feel that implementing agile ways of working is the quantum shift they need to magically transform their organisations, but is that all it takes ? What thinking is needed for our future organisations and how do we help everyone come along for the journey ?

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

45 min talk on the future of the workforces in our organisations and some of the big challenges organisations need to face and how this relates to the new ways of working.

Learning Outcome

For people to understand what is needed to shift thinking and fully appreciate that this is continual change continuum

Target Audience

Everyone

Prerequisites for Attendees

None, just an open mind and a willingness to change

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