Surviving and Creating Organizational Change Using Retrospective and other tools

The necessity of rapid change is the topic number one nowadays. This regards, on the one hand, organizational change that we need to create and promote in order to stay in business, to respond to market pressures, and to be innovative. On the other hand, this addresses change that we face as organizations and individuals.

During this workshop, we will explore using both theory and practice – the following questions:

  • What’s happening with affected persons during a change?
  • According to complexity theory, there is no resistance to change. So why is change still hard and how can we introduce change smoothly?
  • What factors are fundamental to every change?
  • What needs to be considered for implementing change successfully?
  • How can retrospectives and other tools help initiating change?

In order to answer these questions, we will make use from the insights from different change models and will use Retrospectives for Organizational Change and other tools and methods.

During the workshop, we’ll try to answer the following questions:

  • What’s happening with affected persons during a change?
  • According to complexity theory, there is no resistance to change. So why is change still hard and how can we introduce change smoothly?
  • What is fundamental to every change?
  • What needs to be considered for implementing change successfully?
  • How can retrospectives and other tools help initiating change?

Agenda

  1. Welcome and working agreements
  2. Set the stage – individual and common goals
  3. Defining the context for Organizational Change
  4. Understanding participants’ challenges with Organizational Change and decide in groups on the top ones
  5. Understanding change especially in complex environments and “resistance” to change
  6. Application of change to top challenges. What are the risks and consequences?
  7. Enabling Complex Change
  8. Retrospectives for Organizational Change and other methods and tools
  9. Applicability of methods and tools in own environment
  10. Decide actionable steps
  11. Debrief and Wrap-Up
  • Change Agents
  • Change Leaders
  • Agile Coaches
  • Agile Champions
  • Program Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Scrum Master
  • Product Owner
  • Product Manager
  • Agile / Lean / Scrum Consultants
  • Marketing and Business Development
  • Director of Products
  • Director of Technical Delivery
  • Director
  • Vice President
  • Head of Department
  • Participant Workbook
  • Kindle version of the book: Retrospectives for Organizational Change: An Agile Approach
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Post workshop reading content

Preparing for the Organizational Change Workshop:

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