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Digitalization, COVID-19, and other disruptions call for rapid organizational flexibility and adaptability.
This has an impact on all dimensions of a company: its strategy, structure, and processes. Companies are expected to be flexible, rapidly responsive, and resilient to change, which basically asks them to be agile.
Scrum Alliance is excited to bring you a webinar in which we examine what being agile really means, and how it can be implemented by combining principles from different "streams", including Beyond Budgeting, Open Space, Sociocracy, Agility (BOSSA nova).
Together, these concepts enable a company to not only survive, but to thrive on disruptions through entrepreneur initiatives.
Participants will learn:
- from case studies of companies pioneering these concepts.
- the organizational values that need to be supported for a digital transformation.
- how BOSSA nova can be combined to enable enterprise agility.
- how you can accelerate your transformation on the organizational level.
Jutta Eckstein works as an independent coach, consultant, trainer, author, and speaker. She has helped many teams and organizations worldwide to make agile transitions. She is experienced in applying agile processes within medium-sized to large, distributed mission-critical projects and has written about her experiences.
John Buck is President of Governance Alive LLC, an international training and consulting organization. He has taught many training workshops on sociocracy and led many implementation projects for a variety of organizations, including BOSSA nova. He has extensive management experience with government and corporations.
This webinar is part of the Continuous Improvement Series, in which presenters share their expertise and highlight the tools available to Scrum Alliance certificants through Comparative Agility.
This session is valid for 1 SEU. Learn More: resources.scrumalliance.org/Video/bossa-nova-company-wide-agility-with-beyond-budgeting,-open-space,-and-sociocracy