I’m delighted to have you back and that you want to learn more about enterprise agility. One of the biggest challenges today is knowing which models or frameworks are best to build a resilient and flexible organization.
No one wants to experiment with their company, although everyone wants to try new ways and reap the benefits. That’s why we thought it would be a good idea to invite Issame El-kharbili for this issue.
He’s an expert in enterprise agility frameworks. Issame knows and regularly uses the models of the Business Agility Institute and the Enterprise Agility University.
Enterprise agility offers new concepts that don’t just apply to software teams but can be extended to every corner of the business to gain more flexibility, resilience, and adaptability to exponential market changes.
During the hour-long presentation, Issame share his opinion on these models, give advice and explain the logic behind them. In turn, you’ll learn more about the benefits and value of each framework.
Click here to watch the Webinar (subtitles available in multiple languages)
The next time you’re asked about enterprise agility, we hope you’ll understand the vision and mission of each model.
“The world is more complex than ever before, moving and changing at an incredible rate. No one is immune, not even the most successful leaders of today’s best-known companies. Shocking events and surprises are part of daily life. We can access more information in a week than a president two decades ago could access during an entire term in office. Unfortunately, all this input makes it harder to foresee and adapt to what’s coming next”
This is how Leading Exponential Change, published in early 2018, begins. Fortunately, in this case, we’ve analyzed omicron curves and social behaviors around the world, and we believe we can identify an end game for Covid. Unless something radically changes, which is possible in an exponential world, Omicron peaks will drastically fall after peaking.
We estimate that the lows will be reached in Europe in around 2 to 3 weeks, in the US in 5 weeks, and in Latin America and Asia in about 6 to 7 weeks.
In countries that have closed their borders, Omicron’s peak will be delayed and shouldn’t be reached until 5 weeks after the borders open. There they’ll experience a peak and then a dramatic decline after 6 weeks from the initial increase.
If all goes well, you can return to the offices with some normality. In Europe in about 3 to 4 weeks, in 8 weeks for Latin America and Asia, and in 6 weeks for the United States. For the rest of the countries, the clock starts ticking as soon as they open their borders.
Finally, keep in mind that there will be continuous and irregular waves starting on those dates, just as flu waves have spread to various places around the world in past years.
For many of you, the beginning of the year is planning for the next few months in terms of careers and courses. We’re pleased to announce that in January we’ll continue our Certified Change Consultant courses in various parts of the world. If you’re in a time zone near the Trainers, we invite you to connect with them and give your career in organizational change a boost with the coming remote Training.
Sandip Rananavare (Australia), LAST PLACES!, English
Issame El-kharbili, (Europe)
From Enterprise Agility University, we hope you found our scientific newsletter useful, and we’ll see you next week.