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If you sometimes don’t understand the logic of social patterns in your organization, you’re not alone! A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of welcoming Professor Dave Snowden to the Enterprise Agility World Conference. Dave is the director of the Cynefin Center in the UK. He has always struck me as an exceptional professional, and we share a passion for constantly working on new advances to make the organization a better place.
In this hour-long video that’s not only exciting, Dave talks with Greg Pitcher (Enterprise Agility University Trainer) about current theories and new approaches to organizational patterns.
If you’re someone who really wants to know more about the dynamics of the enterprise and the science behind it, this video is for you.
Click on the video to watch it. The video also provides subtitles in spanish
Four things you don’t know about Enterprise Agility University
It’s not easy to support a global initiative where science and organizational change are part of the day-to-day. We try to reach all cultures and speak many languages. Our trainers around the world come from different places and cultures, but the one thing we all have in common is a passion for organizational change and the science behind it. So here are 4 interesting facts you may not know about Enterprise Agility University:
1. When you talk to us, you discover more than 20 Enterprise Agility models and frameworks you can use to accelerate change in different types of organizations and situations. All of them are science-based and can be used with existing frameworks like Scrum, Safe, Scrum@scale, etc. We believe we’re one of the most dedicated institutions helping enterprises around the world develop flexibility and resilience wherever they’re.
2. We’ve developed the world’s first leadership model (M-Leadership Framework) based on neuroscience, organizational psychology and enterprise agility. It provides new leadership models and tools for leaders who want to apply cutting-edge leadership techniques based on new theories in organizations exposed to exponential markets (where the situation can change any minute).
3. We actively support, and are proud to do so, companies around the world that are committed to gender equality and equity in organizations.
4. You had the opportunity to attend the world’s first conference on science, organizational change, and enterprise agility with more than 800 attendees from around the world. The Enterprise Agility World Conference. We’re looking at the possibility of doing a hybrid next year (physical in California and virtual for the whole world).
In January and February, we’ll have several trainings in our M-Leadership Framework course and our Certified Change Consultant course. We won’t have as many seats as we’d like, but I’ll keep you posted.
I hope to see you next week and that you enjoy our scientific newsletter.