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About the Course
Learn how to overcome the huge, difficult organization change of introducing business agility through a proven four-step model.
Jeff Anderson and Alexis Hui provide training on how to lead and execute sustainable, successful agile change initiatives using the lean change method.
These lessons showcase hands-on, practical tools that apply two key concepts -- negotiated change and validated learning -- to help change agents iterate through an agile change.
By the end of this, students will be able to apply the lean change method to their agile change initiatives.
What You'll Learn
- The need for the lean change method
- How to use the lean change canvas to develop and manage a change plan
- How to build learning into the change process through the use of the validated change lifecycle
- How to scale lean change tools to manage agile transformations at scale
Jeff Anderson created the Deloitte LEAN service offering, providing advisory, coaching and change management services to IT departments. He built this capability within Deloitte to help IT clients truly transform the way they operate their business.
Jeff has played a leadership role in some of the largest Kanban-based enterprise transformations worldwide. Recently, he has guided several large public-sector organizations along the path of organizational maturity.
Jeff continues to add new tools to his organizational transformation utility belt including lean startup, gamification, design thinking and other collaborative, high-feedback systems necessary to developing the next generation of work environments for knowledge professionals.
Jeff is a fellow within the Lean System Society, and is an lssc12 Brickell Key nominee. Jeff blogs frequently at agileconsulting.blogspot.com.
Alexis Hui is a manager at Deloitte Consulting, and his passion is to help IT organizations transform into innovation machines focused on delivering customer delight.
To help his clients deliver on this mandate, he co-founded Deloitte LEAN, a global service offering that provides a packaged set of frameworks built on lean, agile, lean startup, customer development and Kotter change management methods.
Alexis has worked with clients across a variety of industries in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. to help lead and support large-scale IT transformations of 200-plus people.
As part of his current role, he actively participates in the lean and agile communities, and annually presents at the Lean for Software and Systems Conference and Agile Tour Toronto.