Virtual Global SAFe® Summit 2021
“The 2021 Global SAFe® Summit will connect you with the people, solutions, and ideas to help you navigate what’s next. There you’ll hear customers talk about what they did to successfully adapt, discover strategies, practices and insights to help you embrace change, achieve your milestones, and last but not least, prepare for the future.” - Global SAFe® Summit
Register below to join "Developing an Agile Organisation" talk that will be led by John Turley on 28th Wednesday at 11:55am (MDT).
Developing an Agile Organisation emerges from the research Adaptavist have done over the last year, building on the work presented in Developing an Agile Mindset. The talk succinctly introduces the refinements to their theory, the research done to validate it and the unique insights into how these established areas of knowledge can be brought together to predict real world phenomena, before explaining how powerful but straight-forward practice can lead to individual and organisation transformation that create more opportunities for each of us to engage in joyous, meaningful work together.
Following this insightful session, we will also deliver Lunch and learn session on "Storytelling With Data" by Jennifer Eolin on 28th Wednesday at 11:15 am (MDT) and at 19:15 (CEST)
To join the event and attend our sessions, please register through the Global SAFe Summit website.
Event hosts and guests:
Senior Digital Transformation Consultant
John is a pragmatic leader with 25 years’ experience working in companies at all levels, from teams to c-suite, bringing concrete, value-adding change to the way organisations really work. Dissatisfied with the standard discourse around transformation and agility, he is passionate about applying cutting-edge knowledge from fields as diverse as complexity, sociology, and psychology in practical, proven ways that immediately increase productivity at the same time as embedding continuous learning in ways of working.
Jennifer believes in empowering organisations to make the "people, process, product" principle a reality. She regards 'process' as more than a document, but as the basis for an organisation's culture and future.