Business Agility Day

20th March 2019

Business Agility is the ability of an enterprise to respond to change faster than the rate of that change, resulting in high customer satisfaction and profitability in a turbulent business environment.

To achieve this, organisations need to re-think and change many aspects of how they are structured, how they work, how they relate to their customers, how they innovate, how they build business strategies, how they make use of their financial resources, where they fit in their communities and how they engage their people.

These are not simple changes and they aren’t something that a senior executive can delegate to someone else to accomplish – the new ways of thinking and working have to start at the top with a fundamental rethink of what makes the organisation, how we lead the organization and how it works.

The program will help you explore the various factors that are necessary when whole enterprises become agile in the true sense of the word. The program will provide hands on workshops, inspirational talks and keynotes with examples of what has been done in practice to provide an understanding of how different aspects of the organisation can embrace agile thinking, explore the real challenges that organisations face when making these changes and highlight the business outcomes achievable when becoming an adaptive, agile organisation.

Target Audience: Executives (CxO, Founders), Business Leaders, and Change Agents.


WHERE
Sheraton Grand Bangalore Hotel
26/1 Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram-Rajajinagar Bengaluru, India 560055

WHEN
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
8:30 AM to 10:00 PM


Speakers from 2018

Steve Denning

Steve Denning

Author of The Age of Agile
Linda Rising

Linda Rising

Author of Fearless Change
Bjarte Bogsnes

Bjarte Bogsnes

Senior Advisor Performance Framework @ Statoil
Pia-Maria Thoren

Pia-Maria Thoren

Inspiration Director @ GreenBullet
Ricardo Viana Vargas

Ricardo Viana Vargas

Executive Director @ Brightline Initiative

Todd Little

Todd Little

CEO @ Lean Kanban Inc.
Shane Hastie

Shane Hastie

Director of Agile Learning Programs @ ICAgile
Hendrik Esser

Hendrik Esser

Special Projects @ Ericsson
Ray Arell

Ray Arell

Corporate Outreach & Business Development @ Agile Alliance
Oana Juncu

Oana Juncu

Agile Business DJ @ cOemerge

Naresh Jain

Naresh Jain

Founder @ ConfEngine.com
Evan Leybourn

Evan Leybourn

Founder and CEO at Business Agility Institute
Pat Reed

Pat Reed

Agile Consultant and Adjunct Professor iHoriz and UC Berkeley
Debra Boseck

Debra Boseck

Business Agility Leader at Slalom Consulting
Sam Bowtell

Sam Bowtell

Agile Practise Lead @ Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Sriram Narayan

Sriram Narayan

Digital-IT Mgmt. Consultant @ ThoughtWorks
Andy Cooper

Andy Cooper

Group Manager, Global @ SoftEd
Anton Zotin

Anton Zotin

Agile Whisperer @ FlixBus
Bernie Maloney

Bernie Maloney

Agile Coach @ Persistent Systems
Fennande van der Meulen

Fennande van der Meulen

co founder @ Happy Office

Tomas Eilsø

Tomas Eilsø

Agile coach @ tomas eilsoe aps
Maartje Wolff

Maartje Wolff

co founder @ Happy Office
Vishweshwar Hegde

Vishweshwar Hegde

Partner, PM Power Consulting @ PM Power Consulting
John Le Drew

John Le Drew

Owner @ Wise Noodles

What can you potentially learn/gain?

To give a sense of what you could learn, this image conveys the important changes that organisations need to embrace when they aim to become truly agile in their thinking and execution. Starting from the customer at the heart (of both the image and your organisation), business agility requires agility in work, connections and mindset:

  1. The three domains under the Work Dimension govern how an agile organisation operates. From Technical Agility at the individual activity level, to Process Agility at the value stream level, and scaling to Enterprise Agility at the organisational level.
  2. The Connections Dimension governs the relationships that form within and outside the organisation. Structural Agility that defines the relationships between individuals, teams & divisions, Leadership Agility that defines the relationship with authority and Market Agility that defines the relationship with our users and the wider market.
  3. Finally, the Mindset Dimension is concerned with governing the key characteristics of an agile organisation; a Learning Mindset, a Collaboration Mindset and an Ownership Mindset.

Every aspect of the organisation is impacted and the whole focus needs to shift to putting the customer front and centre, with all areas and functions of the organisation seamlessly working together in the service of sustainable customer delight.