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Agile Training Courses

Leading Agile Mindset and Culture Change · 2 days [C2]

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Leading Agile Mindset and Culture Change · 2 days [C2]

from 78.00

Enable a company's Agile journey by renewing people’s mindset, modifying organizational designs, fostering collaborative team culture and changing behaviors. Create people value flow that is connected to business goals and that lets people engage, grow and thrive while always seeking better ways to create value for customers.

Duration: 2 days / 4 evenings / 14 hours
Audience: C-Level Executives, Directors, Managers, Change Agents, Coaches, Agile/Scrum Masters, Development Managers and Leads, QA Managers and Leads
Certification: Upon training completion
Courseware licensing: 3 months or perpetual

Learning Cases and Simulations:
✓ Lean-Agile mindset and culture attributes
✓ Culture assessment and targeting with the Schneider model
✓ Behaviour change management
✓ Management 3.0
✓ Kanban board for recruitment
✓ Job profiling with mindmap
✓ Goal setting with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)
✓ The 5 roles to which performance influencing applies
✓ Personality evaluation with Five Factor Model
✓ Engagement surveys with Gallup's questions
✓ Reiss Motivation Profile model usage
✓ Lean-Agile Learning & Development (L&D)
✓ Learning formats and types

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COURSE OUTLINE

BLOCK A · FOUNDATION

1 · Lean-Agile Philosophy & Methods

  • Lean and Agile entail both culture and process changes
  • Principles of Lean Thinking
  • Agile essentials: values, principles, roles and Scrum life cycle
  • Why & how Lean and Agile work together in the House of Lean-Agile
  • 7 types of wastes in the service context
  • Industry experiences with Lean-Agile transformations
  • Exercise: Analysis of waste types in your organization

2 · Lean-Agile Culture & People

  • ‘People’ rather than ‘resources’
  • Culture assessment, mapping and targeting
  • Lean-Agile organization patterns
  • Management 3.0 and Lean leadership
  • Continuous improvements with Kaizen & retrospectives
  • Gallup's survey to understand motivation patterns
  • Exercise: Identification of value for people

BLOCK B · STRATEGY

3 · Lean-Agile Culture Strategy

  • Aligning culture targets with company vision
  • Team-based, collaborative and problem solving culture
  • Focus on talent nurturing and employee experience
  • Management 3.0 and Lean leadership
  • Exercise: Brainstorm & synthesize strategic culture goals

4 · People Value Stream Mapping

  • Definition of Value and Waste for people• Value and work flows across functions
  • Value Stream Mapping: what & how
  • Mapping and analyzing the current state
  • Designing the future state based on vision & goals
  • Exercise: Create People Value Stream Map for your case
  • Exercise: Analyze map and Identify improvement needs

BLOCK C · IMPLEMENTATION

5 · Lean-Agile Culture & Organization Changing

  • Culture assessment, mapping and targeting
  • Culture mapping with Schneider
  • Behavior change: steps
  • Organization structure redesign
  • Exercise: Apply culture mapping to visualize current and desired culture elements
  • Exercise: Define 3 desired behaviors and associated enablers
  • Exercise: Conduct a retrospective (with role playing)

6 · Lean-Agile Talent Acquisition & Nurturing

  • Holistic talent acquisition journey
  • Lean-Agile recruitment manifesto
  • Recruitment execution
  • Five Factor Model (FFM) and personality evaluation
  • Reiss Motivation Profile
  • Exercise: Prioritize the recruitment manifesto items based on importance and difficulty

7 · Lean-Agile Employee Experience & Performance Influencing

  • Lean-Agile performance influencing versus management
  • Performance as a Scrum life cycle
  • Goal setting with OKRs
  • Lean-Agile reward strategies and salary formulas
  • Exercise: Create OKRs for your HR objectives, key results and actions in the next quarter
  • Exercise: Define behaviors for the 5 Lean performance roles

8 · Lean-Agile Learning & Development

  • Lean-Agile L&D drivers
  • Concrete L&D activities that HR can undertake
  • Personalized, social and micro learning
  • Lean-Agile L&D tools
  • Exercise: Choose roles and deliverables for L&D in your organization
  • Exercise: Select the most effective learning formats for your case

LANGUAGES
Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

TRAINING VENUES
Our live online and self-paced formats permits anybody to participate regardless of your location.

In addition, we offer in-house training in any location worldwide.

Venues for public training are located in the following cities:
Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, Boston, New York, Austin (USA) · Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax (Canada) · Mexico City, Monterrey (Mexico) · Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia (Brazil) · Buenos Aires (Argentina) · Santiago (Chile) · Vienna, Montevideo (Uruguay) · Stockholm, Gothenburg (Sweden) · Copenhagen (Denmark) · Dublin, Cork (Ireland) · London, Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton (UK) · Paris, Lille, Toulouse, Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Nice (France) · Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven (Netherlands) · Brussels, Antwerp (Belgium) · Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg (Germany) · Helsinki (Finland) · Tallinn (Estonia) · Vilnius (Lithuania) · Riga (Latvia) · Zurich, Geneva (Switzerland) · Vienna, Innsbruck (Austria) · Prague (Czech Republic) · Budapest (Hungary) · Warsaw, Kraków (Poland) · Milan, Rome (Italy) · Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Málaga (Spain) · Lisbon, Porto (Portugal) · Moscow, St Petersburg, Novosibirsk (Russian Federation) · Casablanca (Morocco) · Tunis (Tunisia) · Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban (South Africa) · Nairobi (Kenya) · Lagos (Nigeria) · Tel Aviv (Israel) · Beirut (Lebanon) · Riyadh, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) · Abu Dhabi, Dubai (UAE) · Doha (Quatar) · Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai (India) · Bangkok (Thailand) · Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) · Singapore · Jakarta (Indonesia) · Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) · Seoul (South Korea) · Beijing, Shanghai (China) · Hong Kong · Tokyo, Osaka (Japan) · Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth (Australia) · Auckland, Wellington (New Zealand)