Waterloo Agile Lean 28th Oct P2P – Lasting Change is about People, not Process

What? : Lasting Change is about People, not Process

Agile and Lean are a means to an end. A big challenge with many change initiatives is that we confuse the means for the end. We launch into Agile or Lean initiatives that are well intentioned. We often lose sight of our real goal and end with behaviours that take us further from what is really important.

Going beyond surface-level changes requires clarity and coherence of purpose. A big part of this is understanding whether our success requires changes that are tactical, strategic, or cultural. It is a fact that process changes will not result in a change in organizational culture.

 

We know Agile and Lean are about the people but we often lose sight of this. The purpose of this talk is to help you see with a new perspective what is currently happening and what you truly desire.

When:? Tuesday 28th October, 2014 from 4:30p.m. to 6:00p.m. EST

Where?: Communitech Hub, 151 Charles Street West, Kitchener, Ontario in Matrix/Atlas Rooms

 

Who:?
Michael Sahota is a recognized author on working with organizational culture and one of 60 Certified Scrum Coaches worldwide.

Michael acts as a catalyst to help organizations get the results they want. His “we value people” approach uses open, participatory decision-making that leads to lasting results and sustained growth. Michael works collaboratively with leadership teams to build trust, safety, and engagement to drive success.

Michael’s background includes over 17 years of professional and management experience in Information Technology with entrepreneurial and enterprise companies.

Register here.

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