Are your leaders actively involved and engaged in your transformation towards greater organizational agility? The success or failure of your transformation could be determined on how you answer that question.
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Larry Cooper recently approached a group of senior leaders from a broad spectrum of industries, sectors and countries to participate in a Wisdom Council to answer a series of questions on Organizational Agility. In the webinar Larry will share the insights he gathered from them.
Participants attending this presentation will learn the following and have an opportunity to participate in and receive results from the VUCA Report™.
Modern organizations are made to be bold, stable, efficient, and most of all, predictable. Modern organizations are not built for change. Hyperagile organizations are made for the turbulent world of today. In hyperagile organizations, decision making is faster, because it is decentralized. Production is not necessarily lean; instead, highly engaged employees use their judgment and ideas to do what is best for the customer.
PMI President and CEO Mark Langley kicks off PMI's 2015 Organization Agility Conference.
Organizational Agility 2015: PMI's Pulse of the Profession®: Capturing the Value of Project Management Through Organizational Agility
Organizational agility, which can be found in every functional area of business and government, is about being able to question routines and identify opportunities. This session will highlight findings of PMI’s 2015 Pulse in-depth report on organizational agility.
As a project manager, you have a unique opportunity to begin empowering agility even in the most dysfunctional of organizations. This presentation will help you identify techniques and strategies for driving enterprise agility from the project level up. It will also give context to the emerging role of DevOps, and how it can be leveraged to increase project success.
This presentation describes a research?based model of organization agility. It suggests that agile organizations have four “routines” that control when and how organizations change. Agile organizations are 7 times more likely to have sustained, above average performance than traditional firms.
Agile approaches have been around for many years. The term agile, however, is often over-used and because of this, there is much misinformation about agile. Agile means many things to many people and organisations.
Many companies today are rushing to adopt agile methods aiming to develop organizational agility capabilities that will contribute to better project outcomes and business results. This transition, however, poses many challenges related to the organizational structure and operations, team dynamics, product development processes, and project characteristics. Empirical research indicates there are common issues to develop a strong project management environment, regardless the type of approach being adopted (agile, waterfall or hybrid).