Engaging Leadership: The Missing Piece for Enhancing Agile Adaptation
As W. Edwards Deming wrote, "It is not enough that top management commit themselves for life to quality and productivity. They must know what it is that they are committed to—that is, what they must do. These obligations cannot be delegated." To build and lead an agile organization, it’s crucial that senior leaders develop a new mindset and capabilities to transform themselves, their teams, and the organization. Join Reha Malik Gill as she discusses how to introduce the practices of design thinking, decentralization, and empowerment to assist you with transforming an agile organization. It doesn't matter what your role is within the transforming organization; there will be something for every agilist. Leaders will learn a new standard for lean and agile thinking and understand how they can actively lead an agile transformation. Agile coaches will gain new tools and techniques for engaging leaders in order to build a powerful guiding alliance for the transformation. And agile team members will learn how to leverage leadership support to quickly resolve impediments and increase transparency and coordination.