Agility has become one of the most powerful management tools in recent years. This is reflected in the increasing popularity of agile frameworks such as SCRUM, Kanban and agile leadership.
In this webinar we will have a look at the very foundation of agility and how you can implement an agile approach in your project, team and organization. Whether you are in a leadership role or not – agility is something that helps you to boost your career and change the world to the better.
What will you learn in this webinar?
Why you should care about agility in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) world
How agility differs from conventional approaches of decision-making
Which evidence-based practices are the backbone of an agile approach
How to apply an agile approach in your project, team and organization
What are the key outputs?
An agile mindset that allows you to apply an agile approach in your daily life
An understanding of the principles behind agility, SCRUM, KANBAN and agile leadership
A ready-to-use toolkit of evidence-based practices that are the backbone of agility
A certificate of achievement that confirms your knowledge in the area of agility and agile approaches
Dr Markus Nini - Co-Founder of CQ Net - Management skills for everyone!
Dr Markus Nini is a management practitioner by day and a researcher of organizational behaviour at all times. He has 15 years of experience in the corporate sector and believes that high-quality management education is the key to success in the 21st century knowledge economy.
Who is this webinar for?
An agile mindset and agile approaches are highly transferable and can be applied to many domains outside business. This webinar is for anyone who is interested in learning about agility and agile frameworks. You do not have to be a manager or a professional to attend. We value diversity and hope to attract people from various backgrounds. The material is geared to individuals with a growth mindset and with the dedication to make a positive change in their respective domains.
Join us on Friday, 30th August from 4 – 5:30 pm CEST for a 90-minute online session.
We use an agile, co-learning approach where we connect real life challenges with high-quality knowledge based on solid evidence.