Oct. 2, 2017

Change Management for Breakfast

Dave Sharrock will speak about "An Agile approach to Change Management" at the CMC-BC Mainland Breakfast Event in Vancouver on Thursday, October 5

Business today is moving faster than at any time in history. Technology drives change in every industry, impacting not just the incumbents but the feeder and support industries. Change is accelerating and the impact of change is increasingly fatal. Many organizations have built in resistance to being agile through:

  • Long planning cycles that tie into moon shot projects and rigid budgeting parameters.
  • A business case focus on individual initiatives rather than a program orientation.
  • Siloed planning with limited cross collaboration.

We will discuss "An Agile Approach to Change Management" at the Breakfast Event of CMC-Canada in Vancouver, BC. Let's meet October 5, 7:00am-9:00am​, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 655 Burrard St. Vancouver.

We’ll talk about how creating a resilient organization starts with rapid delivery and why many major organizations are turning their attention to less costly on-demand releases. We’ll look at how customer rapport is the new driver of operational efficiency, where not building something is invariably cheaper than optimizing the operational cost of building anything at all. And finally, we’ll discuss a little about how companies are building in strategic sensing capabilities. Discussed within the context of agile delivery, this talk will cover where an agile mindset can lead you beyond agile basics, and understand some of the opportunities that lie ahead.

You can register online at CMC Canada.

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Dave Sharrock

Agile coach passionate about getting things done; helping teams exceed expectations, delivering organizational excellence, and all while having fun doing what they do.
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Dave Sharrock

Agile coach passionate about getting things done; helping teams exceed expectations, delivering organizational excellence, and all while having fun doing what they do.

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