Grab your agendas, autumn is packed with great events. Last week we invited you to come meet us at Project Challenge, where Pete and Darren will be presenting “Is Agile killing Project Management?” We would like to extend the invitation to the Agile Business Conference on October 6 to see Dragan Jojic hosting a roundtable session around Organisational Culture and its impact on business transformation.
Is your culture killing your Agile transformation? – Dragan Jojic
Listen to Dragan present how culture influences an Agile transformation on October 6th at 11:25 am. If you can’t make it before lunch, don’t worry - the session will be repeated at 3:45 pm. (So you can still make it to both events: Project Challenge and ABC.)
Short topic overview:
Your organisation is on the agile transformation journey to continuous improvement, reaching that moment where your change initiative is meeting the culture iceberg. Will your culture sink or support your efforts?
This roundtable will discuss what you could do to:
- Understand if your culture is supportive or a hindrance
- Identify how double loop learning better supports a sustainable change initiative
- Create and use experiences to improve and embed change. Using hands-on experience and incorporating your challenges, this roundtable will discuss real world problems and provide working solutions.
About the Agile Business Conference
The 13th edition of the Agile Business Conference will take place on October 6th and 7th in a central location - 155 Bishopsgate, right next to Liverpool Street station. The event is organised by the DSDM Consortium in partnership with Unicom.
Who should come to the conference? The event is aimed at CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, COOs, public sector directors, IT directors, senior managers, senior programme and project managers, change leaders and managers, business analysts, team leaders, PMO managers, procurement professionals, and anyone interested in enterprise Agile and its governance.
Focusing on ‘Sustaining Agile in the Organisation’, ABC 2015 will host sessions presenting how to create, implement and support Agile across small, medium and large organisations from both the public and private sector. Sessions will also show how Agile is moving away from being only a project- or programme-focused approach, towards being adopted across the whole organisation. Along with the presentations, there will be case studies featuring well known organisations from the public and private sector.
The conference will start with a keynote speech by Steve Denning, titled ‘The inexorable rise of Agile’, and will feature many other great sessions, roundtables and 1-on-1 Agile coaching sessions.
We look forward to seeing you there!