Date: Thursday, March 22, 2018
Time: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET | 3 - 4 p.m. GMT
Meeting Today’s Business Demands With Lean and Agile
Today’s business environment is complex and hyper-paced. As expectations from customers, employees, shareholders, and the executive board continue to increase, the pressure for better, faster, cheaper, more innovative products and services is pushing the limits of what businesses can sustainably achieve.
For these reasons, and many others, businesses are turning to methods of operation like Lean and Agile to better adapt to the realities of today’s demands. The challenge? How do you successfully introduce a transformational operating technique into your business without compromising your strategy, and at the same time creating a high opportunity for early and sustained measurable success? Join this webinar to learn:
- The common obstacles organizations face in meeting demands today, and recount how Lean and Agile have found their way into the business community
- Practical approaches to adoption that will minimize risk and maximize opportunity for measureable success
- How successfully blending Lean and Agile into your culture is key to sustaining and improving your results year after year
The value provided by Lean and Agile is realized from the approach used to leverage and integrate these philosophies and techniques within a business, and not from simply introducing a new framework.
Your Presenter: Michael Jebber, CSM, CSP, CSPO, SPC
Michael Jebber is the Product Director, Lean and Agile, for TwentyEighty Strategy Execution, Inc. With over 25 years of experience both in the trenches and in senior management in organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, Mike has worked with companies to provide improvements around executive training, strategic planning, software development, project management, product development, sales, HR, governance and other business areas. More recently Mike has been working with companies on improving system-wide performance, assisting with organizational transformations, and provided training and coaching using Agile, Lean, Systems Thinking, Business Agility, User-Centered Design, Organizational Development, and Appreciative Inquiry techniques and mindsets. Mike has applied these techniques within the insurance, banking, manufacturing, medical, retail and financial services communities for over 35 companies and close to 300 teams.