Agile Talent


 Unleash talent through Agile Talent with Agile Leadership & Agile HR

When markets are becoming more and more VUCA (Volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) organizations have to be able to respond quickly and handle all the uncertainties. In these markets, traditional management is often seen as too slow. Lean & Agile promotes giving the teams the mandate and freedom to make their own decisions. Making teams able to respond quickly to new market changes and technological opportunities. This transformed the style of leadership, towards creating the right context and environment for self-managing teams.


Ritsuo Shingo, 
the son of the prestigious Father of Modern Manufacture Shigeo Shingo has been considered the Nobel Prize in Manufacturing, Ritsuo Shingo was the translator of the first book on Toyota Production System in English written by his father, with whom I have had the pleasure of training in Practical Leadership Skills and learning from his wisdom and experience about the 'genba', original word in Japanese to designate the gemba, Flow, Ikigai, Lean and TPS too.

 
 

 
Using the change in self-leadership as a Leadership, is doing like water, you have to be fluid, find your way and open your own path. First it changes along with the circumstances, the environment marks the change, the water is powerful, first moving around an object and later moving the object. A small change can make a big difference.


I help generate a practical humane leadership from the 'genba', as previous dtep for antifragility, according to the current context so that leaders at the service of the organization emerge, unlocking the potential of people to obtain business results, all within a organizational culture adapted to the current context and environments.


From a Practical Humane Leadership inspired by the spirit of Leadership Sensei Shingo with "Never give up!" & by the principle of Senekawo Miseru (Show your back).




Fully up to date now, even though we are talking about 16th century Japan, are the leadership teachings of Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa, which I try to follow in my day to day life:

Steadiness and have a long-term view: “Life is like a long journey with a heavy burden on your back. Don’t hurry.”

Diligence: “One who regards inconvenience as natural will never be discontented. When you want more than you have, remember the days when you were in need.” 

Learn from failure: “If you only know what it is to conquer and don’t know what it is to be defeated, it will be harmful to you.” 

Patience: “Patience is the base of being safe forever. Regard anger as your enemy.” 

Leaders take responsibility: “Blame yourself, not others.” 

Humility: “Not being enough is better than being too much.”

 

Management 3.0:

There are a lot of management models and theories out there and they all sound great. The problem is that there’s a lot of theory, which we don’t always know how to implement in practical terms. For example, what can you do concretely on a Tuesday afternoon to work better with your colleagues?

People need actionable advice, things they can start doing next week. That’s where Management 3.0 comes in.

This Leadership pursues the goal of growing and transforming organizations, which are great places to work for. They care about having engaged employees because when this happens the work is improved and clients are happy. We’ve realized that almost every industry is ripe for change and ready for a new view on management. Management 3.0 is that future of management.

Management 3.0 follows the systems thinking idea that 95 percent of the performance of an organization is the result of the whole system, not the individual. Management 3.0 examines how to analyze that system to come up with the right solutions for better and effective leadership across organizations.

It’s about working together to find the most efficient way for a business to achieve its goals while maintaining the happiness of workers as a priority with Agile Leadership. 

Management 3.0 is a global management revolution that brings together thousands of project managers, mid-level managers, CEOs and entrepreneurs, developing solutions together, using games to encourage employee feedback and team collaboration.

Management 3.0 is not another framework, it’s a mindset, combined with an ever-changing collection of games, tools, and practices to help any worker manage the organization. It’s a way of looking at work systems.  

I can help you with your human resoruces area, to develop agility and adapt to the new times, with flexibility & efficiency through Agility in HR Workshop (ICP-AHR) at the price of 500 euros by Management 3.0 & ICAgile & Business Agliity Foundation (ICP-BAF) Worshop at the price of 500 euros.
I can help you to evolve through Lean Leadership and Lean (TPS) genba tools at the price of 300 euros.
 
I can help you to evolve your Agile Leadership with Management 3.0 Workshops from 400 to 600 euros.
 
I can help you to evolve your Leadership towards Personal Antifragility Workshop at the price of 300 euros. 


Agile HR is the sum of Business Agility Foundation (ICP-BAF) & Agility in HR (ICP-AHR)

Business Agility Foundation (ICP-BAF) Online Workshop (500 euros)



We conduct open calls periodically and we also conduct training in organizations based on needs.

I offer 16-hour workshops online with 8 short-days (2 hours/day) or in person (depending on future needs), adaptable to your needs in 4 hours/day (4 medium-days) or 8 hours/day (2 days) to facilitate the acquisition and implementation of knowledge.

The Business Lifecycle

Change, Agility, Innovation, Value & Complexity, The 10 Business Lifecycle stages, Problem/Solution Fit, Product/Market Fit, Business/Market Fit

The Business Quilt

The pieces of the Business Model Quilt, Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas, Minimum Viable Products, Pivot, Patch & Persevere

The Innovation Vortex

The seven streams of the Innovation Vortex, Design Thinking, Lean Startup, Design Sprints, Lean Personas, Jobs To Be Done, Journey Maps

Lean-Agile Principles

Agile Manifesto, Lean Thinking

Purpose & Objectives

Product Vision, Hoshin Kanri, North Star Metrics, Objectives & Key Results

Performance & Metrics

Velocity, Burn Rate, Queue Length, Flow Efficiency, Burn Charts, CFDs, Pirate Metrics

The Innovation Funnel

Innovation Board, Innovation Accounting, Metered Funding

Lean-Agile Mindset

Growth Mindset, Mental Models

 


Agility in HR (ICP-AHR) Online Workshop (500 euros)


 

In this Agile HR workshop business partners, personnel developers, recruiters and others who work in or closely with human resources, will learn about the Agile mindset, organizational design, roles, career paths, performance, goals & motivation, promotions, talent acquisition and retention as well as learning and development.

The Agile HR Track equips professionals to apply an agile mindset to the core functionalities that are typically stewarded by HR. Support and develop organizational leadership and talent by first growing individual capabilities as a leader, coach, and mentor. Create an adaptive organization by breaking down divisional walls and structuring the organization in a human-centered way. Learning Outcomes address the shift needed to design roles and organizational structures that enable business agility.

Agility in HR (ICP-AHR) by Management 3.0 – The popular Management 3.0 Foundation Workshop with additional content and ICAgile accreditation.

Enhance your skills working with people. Become a better partner for those working in your company and provide greater support in the agile culture.

The ICAgile Certified Professional in Agility in HR (ICP-AHR) certification is part of the Business Agility pathway and is aimed at people who are in what is called HR in most organizations.

Do you face one or more of these challenges? Agile Leadership Skills for Human Resources employees

  • Your company is going Agile and you need to support the transformation.
  • You want to build collaborative networks to enable innovation
  • You’re exploring ways to reposition HR by redesigning your practices to attract and retain talent

In this workshop, you will learn more about:


  • The changing role of HR in agile businesses
  • Attracting, hiring and retaining the right people
  • Embracing diversity
  • Keeping people motivated and engaged
  • Moving from individual performance mindset to team performance
  • Performance appraisals/ratings
  • Changing roles, job descriptions, titles and ways of working
  • Creating and nurturing an environment of psychological safety




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