As organizations start their Agile journey, very soon the question of “What’s to become of the Managers?” comes up.

Yesterday’s heroes and firefighters find themselves without a clear space or role.

 

But surely there is a better way of handling these managers and the expertise and experience that they bring with them.

Our managers can be re-imagined and flourish as mentors, as experts, as change agents.

 

We would like to share some of the new roles and responsibilities that our erstwhile managers can adopt in the new world.

Also a few tips and tricks to make managers our allies in the quest for Agility.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Introduction / Context Setting (5 minutes)

Managers viewed as the fifth wheel (10 minutes)

Managers Re-imagined (15 minutes)

Tips and Tricks to ally with Managers (presented as experiments)

  • What works (10 minutes)
  • What doesn’t work (10 minutes)

Learning Outcome

The audience will hear about common challenges that organizations face in understanding the role of Managers in a new Agile set up.

They will also learn how Managers can be made partners in being Agile.

Practical tips and experiments to try in Organizations to make managers an integral part of the Agile journey

 

Target Audience

Agile Leaders, Change Agents, Agile Coaches, Managers

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