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Agile & Lean Change Masterclass - Wellington

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Agile & Lean Change Masterclass

How do we approach change engagement in an era of disruption, complex social networks, and increasingly uncertain and chaotic environments?

Those given accountability to realise benefits from change initiatives must learn new approaches and become skilful at creating tailor-made solutions to get results more quickly.

At its core, learning to adopt an agile mindset and agile ways of working are new imperatives.

Jude’s approach focuses on connecting people, and simplifying and tailoring engagement options through co-creation to more successfully deliver change outcomes.

She will cover a powerful collaboration framework that helps people to co-create and adopt change, based on the Lean Change Management Practice that uses ideas from Lean Start-up, Agile, Organisational Development, and Change Management.

Lean Change is a feedback-driven approach to achieve change through people engagement, where change is managed and owned by everyone.

Jude will coach you through the 3 step lean change cycle and how to apply this approach to create more responsive, flexible change roadmaps.

Masterclass outline:

- The ‘why’ of the changing business and social landscape and how to make sense of it

- What Agile is and how to apply Agile thinking to change programs

- How a responsive mindset, agile toolkit, and lean change approach assists change engagement

- The 3-Step Lean Change Cycle: Insights, Options and Experiments

- The linkages between the Lean Change approach and your current Change Management methodology so you can start to work in a more agile way

- How to apply this to your own change challenge using a One Page Change Canvas.

Who should attend and why:

- Change Practitioners who want to understand what agile is, how change management works in an agile environment, and share stories with other Change Managers on how they think change is shifting, and their experiences in agile delivery workplaces.

- Project and Program Managers who want to remove delivery ‘blockers’ and learn more about how to engage their teams.

- Business Analysts and Architects who want to understand the root cause of business issues and how to design ‘people empowered’ solutions.

- People Managers who want to help their team's effectiveness across the business.

- Agile Practitioners who want to have a broader influence outside of their team and gather new tools and techniques.

- HR / People and Culture practitioners who want to ensure that Change Management is engaging the whole business and lifting capabilities.

What you will receive:

- Set of Lean Change Management flash cards (from Jason Little’s Lean Change Management book)

- A Certificate of Participation

- Access to ongoing support shared learning and troubleshooting

- Membership of the Global Lean Change Agent Network.

Preparation before you attend:

Think about your current change program, project or problem in the most succinct way possible. Get to the core one or two issues and write them down. Capture what insights you might have as to why these issues exist, what you’ve already done to respond, or what you could do. I also recommend that they read some core material at to have a broad knowledge of the process used and case study stories from blogs.

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