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Agile Gardening


As a leader, you are a gardener. Organizations need Agile leaders who have a bird’s eye view of the company with the Agile mindset. This will allow leaders to shift a company’s performance by providing Agile workplace environments during the work with VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity). These leaders will need to prioritize strategic plans, remove impediments, and support financial decision making. 

Who should attend?

Executives and anyone who want to transform their organizations from traditional management to Agile management.

What are learning topics?

Leadership with the VUCA world

- Authentic Leadership

- Servant Leadership

- Predictive Leadership

Agile Manifesto

- Agile Values

- Agile Principles

- The History of Agile

Agile Gardening 

- Roles and Responsibilities of Leaders in Agile Environments

Basic Kanban for Daily and Project Management

- Roles and Responsibilities 

- Events 

Commitment for Changes

Reflection of Changes 

Lead to Change with Empathy

What are benefits?

Learners will be able to 
- Transform businesses from traditional management to Agile Management.
- Describe what Agile is by following the Agile Manifesto.
- Create Agile environments to support teams. 
- Manage and balance personal and work life. 
- Lead changes for daily and project management by applying Kanban to usual business operation and project management.

What are activities?  

Day 1  

9.00    Ice Breaking

9.15     The Agile Mindset

10.15    Break
10.30   Agile Gardening

12.00   Lunch

13.30   New Year Activity with Kanban Workshop

14.45   Break

15.00   Kanban Applications in Reality

17.00   End

Day 2

9.00    Wrap up

9.15      Reflection of Changes

10.15    Break
10.30   Leadership with the VUCA world 

           Lead to Change with Empathy

12.00   Lunch

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