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2-day Advanced Agendashift: Coaching & leading continuous transformation

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Norrtullsgatan 12

12 Norrtullsgatan

113 27 Stockholm

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2-day Advanced Agendashift: Coaching & leading continuous transformation – Stockholm, Sweden

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Description

Leading change in the 21st century? You need a 21st century engagement model:

  • Based not on the imposition of prescribed solutions but around authentic agreement on outcomes
  • Not linear and plan-based, but emergent, humane, and complexity-conscious
  • Not just one-off projects, but the beginning of new conversations and new kinds of conversation
  • Not proprietary, but open and framework-agnostic – built by and for a welcoming community of experienced practitioners working at the intersection of Lean, Agile, organisation development (OD), and strategy deployment

The Advanced workshop ‘Coaching and leading continuous transformation’ is the Agendashift engagement model compressed into a highly immersive 2-day workshop. It is aimed at coaches, consultants, and managers wishing to:

  • Develop their coaching and leadership skills in the areas of enquiry, facilitation, strategy deployment, and change leadership
  • Broaden and deepen their appreciation of the Lean-Agile landscape and related bodies of knowledge and their strategic application to organisational development

Who should attend?

The advanced workshop is aimed at all agents and leaders of organisational change – whether internal or external, specialist practitioner or sponsor. Whilst the majority of attendees have been coaches and consultants, a significant number have held managerial and business leadership roles.

This workshop is offered both publicly and privately. Public workshops are focussed primarily on skills. You will however have ample opportunity to put them into your organisational context and demonstrate Agendashift’s ability to meet organisational needs in ways such as these:

  • Launching, refocusing, or reenergising continuous transformation in your organisation
  • Enhancing your organisation’s internal coaching and change management capability
  • Embedding outcome-orientation and continuous transformation through leadership development

Outcomes

  • Practice in a range of outcome-oriented facilitation techniques
  • Recognition of the role of outcome orientation in the modern organisation
  • Understanding of the integration of techniques and concepts from Lean-Agile, Kanban, Clean Language, Cynefin, Lean Startup, and A3
  • Awareness of the power of feedback loops in organisational behaviour and evolution

Participants will receive a print copy of the book Agendashift: Outcome-oriented change and continuous transformation. A survey based on the Agendashift delivery assessment will be distributed to workshop participants a week or so in advance.

Facilitation

Your facilitator will be Agendashift founder Mike Burrows. Mike is the author of Kanban from the Inside (2014) and Agendashift: Outcome-oriented change and continuous transformation (2018); his third book Right to Left: the digital leader’s guide to Lean and Agile is due August 2019. Mike is known for Kanban’s values model, the Featureban and Changeban games, and as a strong advocate for participatory and outcome-oriented approaches to change, transformation, and strategy. Prior to his consulting career, Mike was global development manager and Executive Director at a top tier investment bank, and CTO for an energy risk management startup.

More: About Agendashift | Resources | Slack | LinkedIn

Co-facilitator

Your co-facilitator will be Kjell Tore Guttormsen. He is working as a team lead at NAV IT, and is a co-founder of Humanize AS which provides workshops and services for:

  • Agendashift
  • Management 3.0
  • Business Agility Foundations
  • Agile Talent
  • Reiss Motivation Profile
  • Playing Lean 2
  • FileMaker

Discounts

Current members of the Agendashift partner programme and attendees of previous Agendashift workshops are eligible to a SEK 500 discount. Attendance at this workshop qualifies new partners to the same discount off their first year membership. We are also happy to offer discounts to employees in the public, educational, and charitable/non-profit sectors. Please email support@agendashift.com for details and discount codes.

Workshop overview

Day 1: Learning the language of outcomes

1. Discovery: Describing where we'd like to get to.

Exploring organisational context, objectives, obstacles, and outcomes using these Core exercises:

Additional material/exercises may cover:

  • Culture
  • Values
  • Systems Thinking

2. Exploration: Prospecting for opportunities

The opportunity to practice skills acquired in Discovery, using for raw material an analysis of the Agendashift delivery assessment (an online survey distributed in advance as prework):

Additional material/exercises may cover:

  • Mission, purpose, and identity
  • Self-awareness and empathy
  • Understanding and supporting the learning process

Day 2: Organising for impact

3. Mapping: Building a visual transformation plan

The output of Exploration fed through a “string” of complementary mapping exercises:

Additional material/exercises may cover:

  • Complexity theory and its application
  • Other mapping and strategy tools
  • Strategy model reconciliations

4. Elaboration: Framing actions, testing our thinking

and 5. Operation: Change as real work:

The culture, practice, and organisation of hypothesis-based change:

Optionally:

  • The Agendashift adaptability assessment
  • Outside-in service delivery review (OI-SDR) and strategy review (OI-SR) meetings

Meetup monday evening

Topic

Mike Burrows will talk about his new book which comes out on August 15th: Right to Left: The digital leader's guide to Lean and Agile

Time and place

Agenda:

  • 17 - 18: Light food for sale
  • 18 - 20: Right to Left Meetup

Same place as the workshop, Norrtullsgatan 12.

Description

What does an Agile delivery process look like? If you had to describe one, where would you start – “from the left”, with a backlog of work to plough through, or “from the right”, with needs met by working software? And does the difference in perspective matter?
 The difference does indeed matter (a lot!); we’ll see that learning to describe and introduce Agile and its frameworks “from the right” brings considerable benefits. And it’s not hard – we can all do it!

Two books will be given away for free!

Free entrance. Book your seat.

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