Agile Leadership

Almost every organisation is running (or wanting to) an Agile transformation. Why are they doing it? On this one day training course learn what an Agile journey should look like from a leadership lens.
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Face to face, interactive classroom training run from our global training centres.
Virtual Classroom
A convenient and interactive learning experience, that enables you to attend on of our courses from the comfort of your own home or anywhere you can log on. We offer Virtual Classroom on selected live classroom courses where this will appear as an option under the location drop down if available. These can also be booked as Private Virtual Classrooms for exclusive business sessions.
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A private training session for your team. Groups can be of any size, at a location of your choice including our training centres.

Organisations need to streamline their operations and business models so that they can become more competitive and get ROI sooner.

Run by Ricardo Tome, a passionate Agile practitioner, on this one day course we will prepare you on how to properly run an Agile Transformation. It's not enough to do it just because others are doing it. You really need to understand why and how to run it.

We'll cover the mechanisms that are key for its success and help you understand your role within the transformation.

Our Agile Leadership course is available at our training centre in The Shard, London. We also offer private training at a location of your choice or via Virtual Classroom.

Course overview
Who should attend:
Whether you’re a CxO, director, senior/middle manager or Agile Coach, if you’re looking to get to grips with running Agile transformations, then this one-day course is for you.
Walk away with the ability to:
  • Explain what Agile really is and the benefits to your business
  • Identify what to do as a leader and as a manager
  • Measure success of an Agile Transformation
  • Give clear directions on how to implement continuous discovery, continuous delivery and continuous improvement
  • Know when and how to scale Agile practices
Course agenda
Introduction to Agile
  • What it really is
  • Why to embrace it
  • Taylorism Vs Agile
Leadership
  • Manager Vs Leader
  • Leadership styles
Continuous discovery
  • Measuring success with outcomes
  • Business clarity and transparency
  • Continuous planning
Continuous delivery
  • Agile org structure
  • Self-management
  • Flow efficiency Vs Resource efficiency
Continuous improvement
  • Learning organisation
  • Kaizen techniques
Scaling Agile
  • Scaling dimensions
  • Scaling patterns
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