PMI® Organizational Agility Conference 201912 September 2019, 9:00am - 5:00pm ET (doors open at 8:30am ET) | Online
Help us celebrate this event's 5th anniversary! The PMI® Organizational Agility Conference returns bigger and better than ever as we examine Evolving Approaches to Resilient Value Delivery!
Older concepts of change management proposed that organizations freeze in their current state, transform and then come out into a new state of being. In today’s VUCA world (one filled with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity), organizations do not have the luxury to stand still while they change. And in some organizations and industries, the “new state of being” may last only a couple of years.
To remain relevant in the VUCA world, organizations and delivery professionals need to build change resilience—the ability to remain in a state of change while delivering value. This virtual conference will explore the concept of change resilience with professionals who are driving it within their organizations—and those who are living it as part of their own development.
This year, we welcome:
Sense & Respond: Principles for the Next Century of Work
Josh Seiden is a designer, author and coach who works with teams to create great products and services. He helps teams solve real problems for customers and create value for businesses. He also works as a coach to help teams improve the way they work, build more effective collaborations, and enjoy the journey of product development. He's a co-founder of Sense & Respond Press, a micro-publisher that creates short, focused books on innovation, digital transformation, and product management. And he's the author of Outcomes Over Output (S&R Press) and the co-author of two books: Sense & Respond (from Harvard Business Publishing) and Lean UX (from O'Reilly).
A New Way of Working: ANZ's Cultural Shift and Delivery Transformation
Tony is a General Manager in the Australia Division, ANZ. He has over 25 years of experience in consulting and senior management roles across Australia and Asia. He is an experienced business head and COO and has spent much of the past 10 years leading program delivery, business change and transformation teams. Tony played a key leadership role in the design and delivery of ANZ’s New Ways of Working (NWOW) transformation across the Australian business. He then led a Transformation Portfolio focused on embedding and maturing this new operating model. Prior to ANZ, Tony had a career in audit, strategy consulting and investment banking.
The 3 Principles of Organizational Agility
Johanna Rothman, known as the “Pragmatic Manager,” provides frank advice for your tough problems. She helps leaders and teams see problems, resolve risks, and manage their product development. Johanna was the Agile 2009 conference chair and was the co-chair of the first edition of the Agile Practice Guide®. Johanna is the author of 14 books about various aspects of project management and management that incorporate agile approaches. She writes articles and columns all around the web, including ProjectManagement.com. She writes the Managing Product Development blog on her website, jrothman.com, as well as a blog on createadaptablelife.com.
The Change Resilient Professional
Mike is an enthusiastic practitioner with a long history of contributions to the project management community. He helped create the agile approach DSDM in 1994 and has been using agile approaches on his projects ever since. He served on the board of the Agile Alliance and Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN) and remains active in the agile community. Mike is a frequent contributor to PMI standards and co-wrote the agile content for the recent PMBOK® Guide—Sixth Edition. He was chair of the author group for the PMI Agile Practice Guide®. He helped create the PMI-ACP® credential and wrote RMC’s PMI-ACP® Exam Prep books.
Lessons Learned in Hybrid Agile/Waterfall Delivery
Michel is a passionate transformation and innovation leader who helps his clients “get” the voice of their customers and employees to develop better products and services. He particularly enjoys coaching senior managers and executives become better agile leaders. They appreciate his disruptive thinking, honesty, energy and clarity. Michel trained over 30,000 IBMers from team members to executives in various Agile topics. He also contributed to two Agile books published in 2017 and 2018, including PMI’s Agile Practice Guide®. His day job at IBM pays for his night job of being a photographer. As a certified Divemaster, he is especially passionate about underwater photography but also beach volleyball and pickleball.
Driving Change in the Government of Canada
John is the Director General of Transferable Skills at the Canada School of Public Service. He and his team curate, design, develop and deliver learning in business acumen, leadership fundamentals and enabling skills for federal public servants across Canada. John has worked in policy and program delivery in a number of Government of Canada departments, as well as in the private and academic sectors.