How to Design, Grow, and Sustain a Self-Organizing Structure at Scale
with Jeff Anderson, Agile By Design
November 29, 2023, 6:00 PM
In-Person and Online
– This will be both an in-person and online event
– To register, please visit EventBrite:
* In-Person tickets
* Online tickets
– In-person tickets are limited to 40; if the event is sold out, please opt for an online ticket
– The in-person presentation will take place at Intelliware, 200 Adelaide St. West, 2nd Floor, Toronto
– For online attendees, the Zoom link will be e-mailed to you prior to the event
– Cost is free
The traditional business—one made up of departments, steered by management, and operated based on a fixed playbook—is based on concepts that are more than a hundred years old. As a result, most companies are built to meet the needs of the industrial age, not our current age of uncertainty.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. Organizing Toward Agility offers a new path forward: a team-centric, iterative approach to delivering value using customer feedback and continuous experimentation.
In this talk, Jeff Anderson will go over key concepts covered in his latest book; practices and principles that will help you set up and operate new organizing structures, whether you want to make a larger organizational change or move your business forward incrementally.
Jeff will introduce a suite of practical tools showcased through real-world examples, helping you shift how your organization works so you can design, grow, and operate an organization that can thrive in today’s complex world.
About the Speaker
Jeff Anderson is the president of Agile By Design, a global services firm that helps companies achieve business agility at scale through a thoughtful, design-driven approach to organizational evolution. Over the past decade, Jeff has led many enterprise-scale agile transformations.
Jeff frequently blogs about and presents Lean and Agile adoption, and he is the author of “The Lean Change Method,” which guides organizational change through the application of Lean Startup techniques. His mission in life is to help knowledge workers be awesome at what they do.