Agile Series Part 3: Business Agility – Yes, it is happening outside of IT and this is how you can help bring along your business partners
Wed, November 18, 2020
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
Presented by MATRIX
Over the years, Agile has become viewed as a process that technology teams use to deliver value. Agile values and principles have been adopted by many technical teams to improve the flow and quality of their delivery. The widespread adoption of Agile in the Information Technology space may lead some to believe that it is an “IT thing”.
In recent years the conversation regarding Agile has been reshaped to focus on how Agile is in fact, not just an “IT thing”, but a way to achieve organizational goals in an accelerated way and to do so with responsiveness and flexibility. Many organizations are expanding their thinking from Agile being about the process of applying Agile principles and values to the way they run their business, not just within the technology space.
In this session, you’ll learn:
How is “business agility” defined?
What are some examples of how Agile has been applied to areas outside of IT?
What are the mindsets that an organization needs to take to achieve business agility?
How do you translate those business agility mindsets into actionable steps?
What can I do to help my organization’s business become more agile?
Learn how to use your talent and experience to attract job opportunities to you without submitting a ton of resumes.
The world has changed. We do not go out to eat the same, go to the store the same or visit friends and family the same. Businesses now have more remote workers than ever before. They have had to change their entire business model to accommodate the recent world events. Wouldn’t it make sense that the way you apply for a job or seek out job opportunities should change also? Are you applying to jobs like everyone else?