Change is the only Constant. From CEO to your industry aspirant, those unprepared are washed away in the wave of emerging trends and technologies. Industry has witnessed multiple process and technological changes. Out of all the process and technological transformations the industry has gone through Agile has been extremely unique. With greatly increased delivery speed, quality and reliability Agile has been the go to stop for many companies, yet it also has been the most misunderstood concept.

With greatly increased success rates in software development, improved quality, speed to market Agile has been the go to stop for many companies. But why do they fail in its implementation or rather Transformation? The answer is simple. Even today Agile is still considered as a process and called Agile Transformation. But Leadership should look at it as Organizational Transformation.

An organization transformation involves Leadership, Vision Strategy, Process, Tools and People transformation. In such a huge make shift leadership is the key piece driving the change, supporting and motivating entire chain below. A vision leader has like a virus. Resilient, Highly contagious. It can grow to define or destroy an organization; the stakes are extremely high. To ensure smooth transformation Leadership needs

  • “I” – Insights
  • “A” - Awareness
  • “M” Maturity

This presentation is focused on providing real-time examples leadership can relate to and generate insights, create awareness and test their maturity to take up the challenge. Moving them from AM I Transformed to I AM transformed.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Introduction
  • Importance of change in mindset
  • Historic trends in work and compensation
  • Shift from push system to pull system
  • Factors leading to satisfaction and content
  • Why is agile not just a process but a way of working
  • Discuss examples to create insights, generate awareness
  • Move from boss to coach
  • Move from AM I Transformed to I AM Transformed

Learning Outcome

  • An understanding and appreciation of what it means to be a leader rather than a boss.
  • Understand the Era of knowledge workers and Intrinsic motivational factors
  • How to bring about a move from Push System to Pull System
  • Generate insights, create awareness and drive towards maturity.
  • Moving towards business agility

Target Audience

People in leadership roles, who can bring meaningful change at organisational or business unit level

Prerequisites for Attendees

Understanding the changing trends of market towards business agility

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