Happy New Year! In lieu of the December roundup some seasonal updates: strategy workshops; website changes; top blog posts of 2017.
It’s the New Year: fresh starts, new beginnings, strategy workshops! We have three transformation strategy workshops to choose from:
- Core Agendashift: Facilitating Outcome-Oriented Change – the 1-day introduction to outcome-oriented change, a practitioner-focused version of the Applied workshop. Hold this one in-house if you have consultants, coaches, and others with change responsibility (managers included) on your staff.
- Applied Agendashift: Co-Creating Your Transformation Strategy – the same Core material, but focused on your organisation and its transformation. We’ve had all kinds of participants – new joiners sat next to C-suite leaders, for example. Usually an intense 1-day workshop, but it can be shortened or done in smaller chunks over a period as part of a longer engagement. For obvious reasons, this one is only ever run privately.
- Advanced Agendashift: Coaching and Leading Continuous Transformation – We’re very excited about this one, running our first public 2-day workshop early next month. “Transformation strategy as leadership development” is a good way to think about this one.
There are currently three public workshops in the calendar with more to be added soon:
- Advanced Agendashift, 6-7 February, Leeds, UK
- Core Agendashift, 6 April, Raleigh, NC, USA (also a partner day on the 4th)
- Advanced Agendashift, 24-25 May, Cardiff, UK
In lieu of the December roundup, a couple of seasonal updates: website changes and top blog posts of 2017.
We used the break to give the website a lick of paint. As well as making the place generally more inviting, we have:
- Made room on a simplified home page for our first wave of corporate partners – companies who have multiple individual practitioner partners or who have generated Agendashift-related business for other partners
- Consolidated multiple pages onto single pages for workshops and assessments
Top blog posts of 2017
Spread nicely over the year:
- Scrum and Kanban revisited (August)
- Lean-Agile transformation as Lean-Agile process (January)
- We’ve open-sourced ‘15-minute FOTO’ (October)
- How I read the Scrum Guide (November)
- Why Agile needs some 21st century Lean thinking (March)
- Featureban 2.0 (June)
- A True North for Lean-Agile? (May)
- Free preview: Read the introduction and first chapter of the forthcoming Agendashift book (February)
- Agendashift in 5 principles (July)
- Agile and Lean are just toolkits, right? (October)
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Workshops (see Events): Advanced Agenadashift, 6-7 February, Leeds, UK; Core Agendashift, 6 April, Raleigh, NC, USA; Advanced Agendashift, 24-25 May, Cardiff, UK
We are champions and enablers of outcome-oriented change and continuous transformation. Building from agreement on outcomes, Agendashift facilitates rapid, experiment-based evolution of process, practice, and organisation. Instead of Lean and Agile by imposition – contradictory and ultimately self-defeating – we help you keep your business vision and transformation strategy aligned with and energised by a culture of meaningful participation. More…