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05. Zeal agile - Kim Oostvoghels - #ScaBru18

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Metamorphosis or Mutation? All about agile workplaces for sustainable, desirable and disruptive organization.

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05. Zeal agile - Kim Oostvoghels - #ScaBru18

  1. 1. MAKING ENTERPRISE AGILITY SUSTAINABLE The model Awaken the soul of your organization
  2. 2. Balanced scorecards Performance management Business process management Workload measurements Workflow management Performance reviews Open offices New way of working Agile Change management Lean Mission, vision, values Culture …
  3. 3. http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/
  4. 4. The model Awaken the soul of your organization “great energy or enthousiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective” Google
  5. 5. 1212 Browse to sli.do (or slido.com) Enter the following code after the # sign: ZEAL Answer the questions when they appear….
  6. 6. 1313
  7. 7. Zoom in & out
  8. 8. Zoom in & out Why? Free up time & energy! www.zealnet.org
  9. 9. Zoom in & out. “If your ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step you take gets you to the wrong place faster.” Stephen Covey, 7 habits of highly effective people
  10. 10. Zoom in & out. How often did you experience management practices in your organization that were not fit for the organisation and that did not benefit the organisation?
  11. 11. Zoom in & out.
  12. 12. Step 1: Zoom in to make your goals raisor sharp! • “Never leave the station, before you have a ticket.” Q1: What do you want to do? • Can you put it in a wheelbarrow? Q2: What do you mean? • If it is not important, drop it! If it is important, own it! Q3: Why is this important? • Dare to dream. Don’t limit yourself in this phase. Q4: How does wild success look like?
  13. 13. Step 1: Zoom in to make your goals raisor sharp! What is the essence of Enterprise Agility according to you? Use one or a few keywords?
  14. 14. Step 1: Zoom in to make your goals raisor sharp!
  15. 15. Step 1: Zoom in to make your goals raisor sharp! • “Never leave the station, before you have a ticket.” Q1: What do you want to do? • Can you put it in a wheelbarrow? Q2: What do you mean? • If it is not important, drop it! If it is important, own it! Q3: Why is this important? • Dare to dream. Don’t limit yourself in this phase. Q4: How does wild success look like?
  16. 16. Step 2: Take a systemic view. Make a heatmap!
  17. 17. Step 2: Take a systemic view. Make a heatmap! Heatmap Strategy Culture Structure Stake- holders TalentGovernance Operations Workplace Trans- formation Heatmap Strategy Culture Structure Stake- holders TalentGovernance Operations Workplace Trans- formation processes Answer 3 questions for each domain 1. How would you characterize this domain in your organization? 2. How does this limit the organization to reach its goals? 3. How does this support the organization to reach its goals
  18. 18. Step 2: Take a systemic view. Make a heatmap! Heatmap Strategy Culture Structure Stake- holders TalentGovernance Operations Workplace Trans- formation processes Which of the domains limit your organization (or your client) the most to make enterprise agility sustainable?
  19. 19. Step 2: Take a systemic view. Make a heatmap!
  20. 20. Step 3: Choose your roadmap wisely! The best way forward is 1. evidence-informed
  21. 21. Step 3: Choose your roadmap wisely! “Research shows that research is often wrong.”
  22. 22. Step 3: Choose your roadmap wisely! “As flawed as our science may be, it is far and away more reliable than any other way of knowing that we have” Derek Muller
  23. 23. Step 3: Choose your roadmap wisely! The best way forward is 1. evidence-informed 2. selected using sound decision making processes 3. fitting your organisation and your context 4. taking into account several perspectives & models
  24. 24. Zoom in & out How? 1. Zoom in to make your goals raisor sharp! 2. Zoom out. Take a systemic view. Make a heatmap! 3. Zoom in. Choose your roadmap wisely! www.zealnet.org
  25. 25. Zoom in & out Excel in change Adapt your organisation Leverage your purpose
  26. 26. Excel in change Why? Increase work pleasure & organizational effectiveness www.zealnet.org
  27. 27. Excel in change.
  28. 28. Five characteristics of effective change management 1 Authentic story 2 Systemic nature 3 State-of- the-art trajectory 4 Support individuals 5 Monitor & adapt
  29. 29. 2. Systemic nature 1. Sense – categorize – respond (simple) 2. Sense – analyze – respond (complicated) 3. Probe – sense – respond (complex) 4. Act – Sense – respond (chaos)
  30. 30. Five characteristics of effective change management Which change formula does your organization use most?
  31. 31. Five characteristics of effective change management
  32. 32. www.zealnet.org Excel in change How? Take into account the five characteristics of effective change
  33. 33. Zoom in & out Excel in change Adapt your organisation Leverage your purpose
  34. 34. www.zealnet.org Adapt your organization Why? Achieve sustainable, unimaginable results
  35. 35. Adapt your organization "we will never again live in a world that is changing as slowly as today"
  36. 36. Adapt your organization
  37. 37. Adapt your organization
  38. 38. Five levers to build future-proof organizations 1. Maximize autonomy 2. Distribute leadership 3. Share all information 4. Make role & task assignments fluid 5. Collaborate through networks & partnerships
  39. 39. Adapt your organization
  40. 40. Adapt your organization
  41. 41. www.zealnet.org Adapt your organization How? 1. Maximize autonomy 2. Distribute leadership 3. Share all information 4. Make role & task assignments fluid 5. Collaborate through networks & partnerships
  42. 42. Zoom in & out Excel in change Adapt your organisation Leverage your purpose
  43. 43. • ² wwwzealnet.org leverage your purpose Say what?
  44. 44. Leverage your purpose
  45. 45. Leverage your purpose • One tool to discover your organizational purpose….
  46. 46. Leverage your purpose • One tool to discover your organizational purpose….
  47. 47. • ² www.zealnet.org leverage your purpose Why? Ensure financial sustainability Contribute to our collective future
  48. 48. Why is this important? Higher productivity Better results Sustainable jobs Lower absenteism Lower presenteism Asset to win the war for talent Increased customer satisfaction Increased employee advocacy Better, stronger, faster employees (growth mindset)
  49. 49. Leverage your purpose
  50. 50. Example of a purpose discovery tool And shall we never become? And could we become And will we always continue to be What kind of an organization do I want us to be? What kind of an organization don’t I want us to be DNA Shadow Aspiration Fear Unachievable Never us
  51. 51. Leverage your purpose Contribute to society Break-through innovations Extraordinary results by extraordinary people Building bridges
  52. 52. Zoom in & out Excel in change Adapt your organisation Leverage your purpose
  53. 53. www.zealnet.org Awaken the soul of your organization! 1. Free up time & energy 2. Increase work pleasure & organizational effectiveness 3. Achieve sustainable, unimaginable results 4. Ensure financial stability & contribute to our collective future
  54. 54. 6161 Let’s connect • @oostki • https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimoostvogels/ Buy the book • for now, only available in Dutch Follow the zeal journey on zealnet.org Visit Mobius.eu • for a selection of zeal blogs also available in English & French • and much more If you want to learn more…
  55. 55. “The world was made with a you-shaped hole in it. In that way you are important. In that way you are here to make the world. In that way you are called.” – Tara Sophia Mohr www.zealnet.org

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