How well is your organisation responding to rapid change and uncertainty?
In responding to change, as a leader, how are you engaging individuals across your organisation?
How are you enabling organisational learning in order to enable organisation competitiveness?
These are crucial questions that will be discussed in this talk.
We’ll discuss the principles for nurturing and promoting continuous transformation. A transformation that is respectful of legacy, recognises established success and is accommodating to each individual’s growth journey.
Supported by the speaker’s experience, the talk will help leaders use the following approaches to foster exploration and emergence – prerequisites for organisation competitiveness:
Leaders supporting individuals to test assumptions
Leaders acting as grand conductors
Leaders creating a safe-to-learn environment
Leaders forming and protecting an adaptive space for innovators and operators
Come along to this talk if you are a leader facing the challenge and opportunity of inclusive organisational change.
Slides from a previous delivery
A TEKsystems Global Services talk created and delivered by Dean Latchana
When organisations are often too ponderous to innovate, what proven approaches exist to bridge the internal gap between the opposing needs of entrepreneurialism and operationalism?
This talk will explore emerging approaches that utilise the internal tensions between innovators and conservative communities. We’ll explore the importance of designing for team structures and communication pathways that are driven by cognitive load, social capital and end-to-end value creation.
These approaches create the conditions that will support risk-taking, enable greater agility and increase market competitiveness.
The rate of organisational adaptability must be greater than the market’s
The barriers to innovation, such as operational culture, stifles the emergence of entrepreneurialism
The myths and mistakes organisations make when attempting to create innovation and alignment
Utilising the natural tension between traditionalists and entrepreneurs to create lasting innovation
Creating end-to-end value using team topologies which considers cognitive load and clear collaboration lines
Research and personal stories of how organisations have overcome scepticism and have achieved innovation and greater business agility
In this talk learn how the Project/Programme Portfolio Office can support their business in recognising and handling uncertainty. Learn how the PMO can coordinate the balance and flow of initiatives through each stage of the delivery lifecycle, through to delivery of value.
No longer distant cousins. Agile and Finance working together to ensure your organisation makes the right decisions with the right support.
The worlds of agile and finance often feel like distant cousins. Yet, considering the uncertainties of the business environment, these teams should be interlinked. Interlinked to enable organisations are making the right decisions, with the right people, at the right time, and with the right funds.
This talk will explore how to:
Start conversations that’ll create stronger links between agile and finance teams, and how to keep their shared journey on track.
Help create shorter budget cycles that’ll enable teams to strike the right balance between knowledge value and customer value
Ensure every discussion, choice and activity increases confidence that team goals will benefit the bottom-line and increase customer satisfaction
Help move your organisation from cost-based accounting to value-based outcome-driven accounting
Reduce centralised budgeting to allow greater freedom that enables the discovery of new value propositions
Help create a financial governance structure that supports teams in adapting to change over following a plan
Up your game by supporting your organisation in making better investment choices that support your teams, stakeholders and customers.
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