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Transforming, not transformations

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As agilists, how are we affected by our relationships with transforming organizations? Organizations treat an agile transformation as a singular event. A budgetary line item, a noun, a one-time metamorphosis from caterpillar to butterfly. The danger is that we expect people to transform in a particular way or on a schedule.

We believe organizations benefit when we transform the way we assist organizations. In this interactive workshop, Allison and Barry will facilitate discussion on experiences with transformations and what might happen within an organization if we more actively transform ourselves.

Join us as we explore who and what is transforming through agile transformations.

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Transforming, not transformations

  1. 1. Image credit: NLShop/Shutterstock Transforming, Not Transformations
  2. 2. Change! Look to your left and right. You cannot sit next to those people Move at least 2 seats away Was that fun? What would make it better? Image credit: NLShop/Shutterstock
  3. 3. As an agile coach with Improving in Dallas, Allison Pollard helps people discover their agile instincts and develop their coaching abilities. Allison is also a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, a foodie, and proud glasses wearer. Allison Pollard
  4. 4. As a Principal Consultant with Improving in Dallas, Barry is a web developer, Scrum Master, and agilist. Barry loves helping make work life better for teams and leaving things in a better state than when he was introduced to the situation. Barry is also an award-winning homebrewer and an avid amateur photographer. Barry Forrest
  5. 5. A Quote There are plenty of discussions on how best to do this [transformation].  The problem is, we already know how, you just have to listen to the people coming in to transform you. 😊
  6. 6. Going from Knower to Learner Image credit: NLShop/Shutterstock
  7. 7. You’re brought in to support a large company transformation. You do not have enough coaches for all of the teams and cannot bring more in. Brainstorm ideas that could be implemented to support people and practices transforming there. Innovating Transformations Image credit: NLShop/Shutterstock
  8. 8. Takeaways How can you stay open to new ideas? Image credit: NLShop/Shutterstock
  9. 9. Image credit: NLShop/Shutterstock Allison Pollard Allison.Pollard@improving.com www.allisonpollard.com @allison_pollard Barry Forrest Barry.Forrest@improving.com @bforrest30 Contact

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