Erich R. Bühler here! It’s been a while since I’ve written to you, and we’ve been dealing with some very interesting things that have to do with organizational change. I think this is the newsletter of the year that will benefit you and your career the most.
Ten days ago we did the Enterprise Agility World Conference, the largest event on science, organizational change, and Enterprise Agility. . I’ve got great news for you… we launched the Enterprise Agility World Community last week.
A free space where you can gain advanced knowledge about organizational change and Enterprise Agility, and access free courses and books that will enable you to take your career to the next level.
Access to EA World Conference Videos
Join now the Enterprise Agility World Community and access the videos from the conference with translations in English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, and Chinese.
At the same time, it’s on our artificial intelligence platform, which allows you to search for almost anything.
Be it something the speaker said, a gesture, or something contained in the ppt he showed. Excellent videos for a weekend full of knowledge!
How do you watch the videos and training information?
We’ve it in one place, on the Enterprise Agility World Community. Please log in or register (it’s free!), and you’ll find the videos in the menu on the left-hand side under the LINKS option
We are also planning to open an Enterprise Agility World Community LOCAL BRANCH in your country. I’ll keep you updated 🙂
Free Training on Collective Capabilities
We’re hosting a training on Collective Capabilities (CC) for community members. I’m sure you’re wondering what that’s. Collective Capabilities is the innovative way of organizing companies so they’re better prepared to be always ready, always responsive, and always innovative.
Join the community and start learning new stuff!
Lead During Turbulent Times
Great news if you like reading! You can download Leading Exponential Change 2nd edition in PDF from the community place!
Please log in or register, and you’ll find the book in the menu on the left-hand side under the LINKS option.
I hope you find it useful and let me know your comments if something is not as you expected!
Erich R. Bühler