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28 - Aug
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(Nearby Event: Business)
Where:Atlanta Botanical Garden, 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 30309
Becoming A True Agile Culture™ Who This Class Is For: Anyone in a leadership position that can influence culture within his/her team, department, or entire organization Description: True Agile Leaders™recognize that they have the ability to be architects of their organization's culture. They take deliberate steps in order to model the values and principles of Agile, because they recognize that their teams are watching, and their actions shape the behavior of others. True Agile Leader's™ focus on developing authentic, value-driven, cultures in order to maximize the full impact of Agile. They recognize culture is the difference between doing Agile and BEING Agile. Based on actual experience, this class is designed to teach practical approaches to influencing culture in a way that promotes true success with Agile for years to come. You'll leave with a complete understanding of why an Agile culture matters and a clear vision for how to influence your own culture. We'll change the way you think about everything from your physical office space to the way you hire and fire team members. You'll leave with tangible, practical steps that you can take on a day-to-day basis to positively influence your organization's culture and to move it more towards Agility. Learning Objectives: As a student of True Agile Culture™, I want to… Define what culture is, so that I can have a shared understanding. Assess my organization's culture, so that I can have a baseline against which to begin to measure progress. Examine and discuss a case study, so that I can truly examine what an agile culture looks like. List the steps of a proven cultural change management model, so that I can effectively lead cultural change at my organization. Demonstrate how personal attitude affects culture, so that I can learn to better self-monitor and help others do the same. Understand why having actionable values is fundamental, so that I can facilitate their formation for my team. Explore the role that physica
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