In principle, the requirements of an agile organization can be described in three dimensions:
Execution Excellence - operational strength.
Innovation - the ability to develop new products and services.
Learning organisation - the ability to learn and develop.
In order to implement agility in a company on a long-term basis, all three dimensions must be actively supported and promoted by the management. The transformation cannot succeed without the support of management.
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.
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.
Agility started as a means of improving software development. It has become a strategic tool and the preferred way of the entire company to conduct business. Agile changes all structures, the culture and the way of working.
Introducing Agil is not a normal change project, it requires a significant change in habits, practices, collaboration, product development and, ultimately, culture. It is first of all a fundamental paradigm shift towards continuous development. It requires continuous development.