New Free Training for Asian-Pacific Countries
What a day! Over 110 participants—and 420 registered!—from 5 different continents attended this new free training and are ready to impact change. I’m sure it’ll last and create a better reality for organizations worldwide.
We’re now going to do a second training for the Asia-Pacific countries. It’ll be the last one! So if you’re there, you can come, and if you’re not, you can come too but it depends on whether the times work for you!
The training is free, live virtual, and will show you the difference between teams, value streams and Collective Capabilities. You’ll also get the tools to build always-ready, always-responsive, and always-innovative organizations!
Enterprise Agility Influencing your Career!!!
I wanted to know if you’re ready to dive into the fascinating world of enterprise agility!
If so, we are offering a Certified Change Consultant course from Enterprise Agility University at a special rate.
Next course dates:
January 17-19, January 24-26. January 31. All sessions begin at 10am EST.
Normally we sell the training for $900 to $1200, but you would be able to get it for $699 before SUNDAY.
Be sure to check it out if you’re thinking about adding Enterprise Agility to your toolbox and click here to know more!
Do you have any questions about the training? reply to this email with your questions and I will be happy to help you!
Creating Value under high uncertainty, and Enterprise Agility
Do you know how companies that are subject to constant change create value? The models, theories and practices behind it are different from those proposed by Agile and Business Agility. Soon we’ll announce our roundtable for December 16, where we’ll show you how organizations that operate in markets with high uncertainty can continuously create value. We’ll also update you on the new practices, theories and science behind them.
The event will be held on December 16 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Pacific time. I’ll keep you posted on where to register!
I hope you find it helpful and let me know your comments if something is not as you expected!
Erich R. Bühler