Agile Culture and Leadership
alias the fish rots from the head
When implementing Agile or Lean processes, the first step is the “mechanical” part of it in the form of introducing ceremonies, responsibilities and various techniques. Adopting them is just a matter of becoming competent. The hard part is adopting a new mindset. For example, taking responsibility.
Maybe as a leader you are the one who has to constantly come up with ideas, pour energy into any change where escalation and problems accumulate. Are you looking for a way to transfer co-responsibility to other people in the organization? Are you attracted to the vision of autonomous teams, but don’t know how to change the mindset of people in the organization?
Change starts with leaders. Or the fish smells from the head. This course has been specifically designed to show you how to change the mindset of leaders and how to influence a change in the mindset of people in your organization.
09:00 – 09:30 Quick introduction of the day, participants and their expectations
09:30 – 12:00 RPG module – model situations and their reflection
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break
13:00 – 14:00 Introduction to the concept of Tribe Leadership
14:00 – 16:00 Working in groups – how to move people and the team from the level of passive victim to the level of ownership and cooperation.
16:00 – 16:30 Q&A and sharing of situations in different companies
16:30 – 17:00 Tips on what can be done tomorrow and closing the day
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After completing the course, we recommend Agile across teams – Lean techniques.
“I have never yet experienced a WS that I still think about intensely a week after it has ended. Petr Martinásek and Jan Krchňák were the right experts, so you don’t have to spend half the course thinking about how long they are doing it, with them you know they know what they are talking about.
As a team, we learned everything about each other, maybe even what we didn’t want to know. We didn’t skim the surface, we saw the team’s pluses and minuses.
It was exactly the kind of WS that makes you want to do something about the current situation, and I think that’s the best outcome“
Žaneta Kubová Andělová,
Branches Team Leader, Czechitas
What makes the course unique