Business Agility in practice with Integral Objectives
2018-12-05 17:00 to2018-12-05 19:30(Europe/Tallinn)
How does business Agility look like?
What are the real benefits to the business?
Why should we care?
How to make it happen?
These are only few questions about we have discussion during free community event.
Business Agility is the new trend-topic in the Agile community lingo. For the international Agile community, is more than clear that is time to make Agile adoptions to progress and go beyond IT. The new goal is to get organisations as a whole and final customers to feel the benefits of a new business approach.
Now that we are re-framing Agility, new questions arise: how does business Agility look like? what are the real benefits to the business? why should we care? how to make it happen? can we measure Business Agility? and even more, what will come after Agile?.
I'll give my answer to all this questions from a systemic perspective using Integral theory and complexity thinking in the service of a pragmatic approach to business agility.
- Executives, middle management, and other leaders with organizational influence.
- Leaders who support,
lead,or interact with Agile teams.
- Scrum Masters / Agile coaches
- Any leader sponsoring, requesting, or involved with an Agile adoption within their organization
Angel is a very energetic Agile coach who truly enjoys challenges. Putting in place Lean and Agile concepts and practices in very complex environments is his specialty and passion. As as an Agile coach, trainer, and mentor, he’s supported several multinational organizations in their Agile journeys in the last 10 years.
During his 18+ years of experience in IT Angel has worked in various roles: Agile coach, R&D manager, software developer, software architect, ScrumMaster, and trainer.
Angel is recognized worldwide as an expert in Agile and Scrum and he holds the three highest level certifications in the field: CST (Certified Scrum Trainer), CEC (Certified Enterprise Coach) and CAL Educator (Certified Agile Leadership Educator) by the Scrum Alliance. Additionally, is a co-active coach, the specialist in team coaching and systemic leadership, and Management 3.0 licensed trainer.
Additionally, he teaches video game production at ESNE (University of Design, Innovation