Agility and agile leadership includes everything that enables an organization to react faster and thus become more resilient. With knowledge workers, this has to be translated into cooperative work at eye level. This makes an agile mindset an indispensable part of the culture.
In principle, Agile leadership comprises different roles: Leader, manager, entrepreneur, based around agile leadership principles.
Agile Leadership: Leader, Manager, Entrepreneur
Become a catalyst
They understand and spread lean and agile and take responsibility for the success of the process. They do not act with reference to a formal authority, but with conviction ("alignment" via "compliance").
They have knowledge and practical experience in continuous improvement techniques and also train their employees in problem solving and improvement.
Their primary task is to motivate and develop people, not to solve the problems themselves.
Focus - Align - Enable - Empower
Focus - Giving orientation - Self-organized teams do not usually have the autonomy in setting goals, which comes essentially from outside.
Align - Ensure everyone shares and pursues the same goals.
Enable - providing information and imparting skills - and ensuring that team members "can".
Empower - handing over responsibility - now a manager can give up responsibility: "will" and "ability" have been clarified, now you can talk about "allowed".
Work with opportunities and uncertainty
Consulting and training offerings
The course introduces the agile principles from a management perspective. It shows which role model, which values, principles and practices are suitable as prerequisites for this and guarantee the success of an agile approach in companies. The course serves as a qualification for the Certified Agile Leader.
We coach your managers and project managers in agile leadership, agile planning and change management. We help you identify and remove the friction between agile and non-agile processes.
OKRs - Objectives and key results mean: a company and teams set goals and define measurable results.
Consistent transparency and alignment instead of cascading can become a central catalyst for the development of an agile corporate culture.
You are a manager and are looking for an introduction to the topic of agility. You want to get an overview of Agile methods in order to decide which methods can be used profitably in your company.
The course provides the business case of Agil, the basics and general conditions for the use of agility and gives insights into methods such as Design Thinking, Scrum and Kanban.