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Today’s world is full of disruption and change, so many organisations are looking at how they can operate and think in new ways to react to changes quickly.
Business Agility provides a fresh mindset and ways of working to enable an organisation to both react quickly to change and to optimise innovation through experimentation and a lean approach to driving and prioritising change.
By building Business Agility awareness and skills, your organisation can react and drive change more effectively as your people understand how to apply both the mindset and tools in their day-to-day roles.
Big Room Training is an immersive and hands-on experience that drives both learning and team building for all the attendees.
This 1-day course gives attendees the core foundational knowledge of Business Agility which is reinforced through hands-on, fun, and interactive learning activities.
This session can involve up to 60 attendees at a time, making this a high-impact event to energise and motivate your teams, as well as driving Business Agility improvement.
This course is aimed at organisations who want to drive agility in their non-IT business units, without embarking on moving to “Agile”. Business Agility is as much about mindset and culture as it is about applying new approaches and ways of working.
This course will enable participants to:
Introduction to Business Agility
Building Business Agility
Principles and Mindset
Agility in Action
Lean and Design Thinking
A comprehensive participant workbook is provided.
On completion of this course, you will be awarded with a PM-Partners digital badge. These are widely accepted by leading organisations as recognition of specialist training and often shared on social media.
On the last day of training, you will be provided with a Digital Credential via the Credly Acclaim platform. This badge can be added directly to your LinkedIn profile and/or shared to your newsfeed, or other professional profile, to share your achievement with your network.
Participants are requested to complete pre-course work prior to the course. Failure to complete pre-course work may mean that you are not ready to fully participate in the course and may limit your ability to gain the outcomes you are hoping to achieve.
Pre-course work will be sent out 2 weeks prior to course commencement and is expected to take approximately 1 hour to complete.
This course is on demand and can be delivered virtually or at the customer's location.
Yes. Simply select ‘invoice’ from the payment options during the checkout process and one of our consultants will be in contact to organise payment.
No. This is not an accredited certification but participants will receive a digital badge.
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Duration: 1 dayExam: No exam
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