As the digital chaos grows around us in the 4th Industrial Revolution, organisations have to constantly look to pivot and re-invent themselves. Every sector is facing disruption, which is making business agility more important than ever. But to be successful, requires a startup mentality and instilling a learning culture throughout the enterprise. In this session, Pardeep (Paddy) Dhanda, former Head of Agile Learning at a global bank, will share lessons learnt on how to successfully build a learning culture, as he walks through his journey of training over 20,000 agilists over the past 3 years.
Pardeep will be joined by fellow experts for an extensive look at how finance can reach new boundaries through Agile transformations and next steps.
Panelists will explore the roles and responsibilities of a leader that wants to embed a culture of excellence. The discussion will include the convergence of people, process, and technology, leadership mindsets and behaviors required to support an operational excellence program, and lessons learned by discussing practical examples and common obstacles.
Why is business agility important? The definition of a learning culture for agility
Actionable strategies which leaders can use to build a learning culture for agility
Find ways to deliver tangible results for stakeholders by identifying process improvements and solving business problems to increase productivity, reduce costs, and mitigate risks
Focus on executing strategic visions, developing partnerships, and engaging end-to-end teams
CSPO (Scrum), CSM (Scrum), A-CSM (Scrum), SPC (Scaled Agile Framework), LeSS (Large Scale Scrum),
Head of Agile Practices,
former Senior Director, Lean,
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