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Create business Agility plans for exponential companies by Erich R. Bühler

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We are in times of unprecedented change. The exponential disruption is affecting all facets of the way organizations operate, including the technology they use, how employees relate with each other and how companies interact among them. Are we ready for exponential change? How can we create change plans that impact the whole organization?

In recent years, brain-analysis technologies such as electroencephalography (EEG), magnetoencephalography (MEG), and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have allowed us to track how the energy of a thought flows through the brain, in the same way, that we trace blood flowing through our circulatory system. We have concluded that our brains are not well prepared for large-scale change in companies or exponential disruptions.

Different techniques are needed in order to increase knowledge, accelerate adoption and deal with exponential change.

This session shows how to use powerful change plans and strategies to deal with these situations.

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Create business Agility plans for exponential companies by Erich R. Bühler

  1. 1. BUSINESS AGILITY PLANS for exponential companies ERICH R. BÜHLER Anticipate change and respond to market and technological pressures
  2. 2. BUSINESS AGILITY š Why Agility is hard to extend to the rest of the company š Different types of change you can use in your organization š Understand Business Agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  3. 3. BUSINESS AGILITY Life is like riding a bicycle, to keep your balance you must keep moving 2008 Crossing the desert on my own for 2 weeks #LeadingExponentialChange
  4. 4. EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE Same trip 90% cheaper 0.22 per minute Flat rate, 10 $ month #LeadingExponentialChange
  5. 5. LAW OF ACCELERATING RETURNS Source: Ray Kurzweil ThisPersonDoesNotExist.COM (Nvidia project, Generative Adversial Network and Machine Learning) #LeadingExponentialChange
  6. 6. Increase of Market Disruptions Moore’s Law Short Work Cycles People more connected Artificial Intelligence Big Data EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE #LeadingExponentialChange Source: Erich R. Bühler
  7. 7. MarketDisruptions Software x x Physical Products Near Future 20132010 2018 Between 2015 and 2020, the number of releases will increase 30 times 2020 EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE #LeadingExponentialChange Source: Erich R. Bühler
  8. 8. 02/14 2.7% fat Drinkable for 26.2 more hours EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE #LeadingExponentialChange
  9. 9. We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan MANIFESTO FOR AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT #LeadingExponentialChange
  10. 10. EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE Reality New Reality Change Plan Managers, Agile Coaches, Transformation Teams, etc. Improve/Tune
  11. 11. BUSINESS AGILITY Organization Technologies & Innovation Customer facing Supporting employees & processes Increasing clients base Logistics & Line workers Conception ProductAvailable ValueStream Same Problem Different Mindset __________________ Different Approach #LeadingExponentialChange
  12. 12. 12 Amygdala (smoke detector) Prefrontal cortex (thinking brain) Basal ganglia (hard drive) • Smoke detector of the body or “alarm bell” • Stores emotional memories Ignites the “fight-or-fight” when: • There is a change in status or prestige • Things that change quickly • You have to face a challenge or dangerous situation • Excessive change or workload What happens: • Hijacks and “disable” higher brain centers (thinking/rational brain) • Shuts down the perspective & analytical reasoning • Produces a stress response (fear and anxiety) and increases levels of cortisol #LeadingExponentialChange EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE
  13. 13. EXPONENTIAL PACE OF CHANGE What if all managers become servant- leaders? Anna, I have an Idea I wanted from next iteration? Things are working well in the way they are. Let me increase my help Servant-leaders ≠ Status or Prestige 110 ms 220 ms Thinking brain is hijacked by Amygdala as change in status or prestige is detected Thoughts are now strongly influenced by the non-thinking brain Thinking brain get a new scenario without Anna knowing she has been strongly biased/influenced Fivo has always Great ideas so I’ll say yes For sure! #LeadingExponentialChange
  14. 14. Business Agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  15. 15. BUSINESS AGILITY š Technical agility: Changing software as quickly, cheaply, and securely as possible. š Structural agility: Changing the organization’s structures and procedures by running experiments while minimizing the impact on organizational health. š Outcomes agility: Delivering results even during turbulent times to respond to changing market conditions. š Social agility: Connecting well with other employees or with customers in rapidly changing environments, thereby achieving highly collective performance. š Mental agility: Reframing challenges to find new solutions even during stressful times. Structural Agility Outcomes Agility Social Agility Menta l Agility Technical Agility (Automated Tests, Continuous Delivery, BDD, Devops, etc.) #LeadingExponentialChange #LeadingExponentialChange
  16. 16. NON-LINER RELATIONSHIP impact & change Technical agility Structural agility Outcomes agility Social Agility Impact Effort/Complexity ü ü ü ü #LeadingExponentialChange
  17. 17. Give me some ideas to increase business agility Technical agility: Changing software as quickly, cheaply, and securely as possible. Structural agility: Changing the organization’s structures and procedures by running experiments while minimizing the impact on organizational health. Outcomes agility: Delivering results even during turbulent times to respond to changing market conditions. Social agility: Connecting well with other employees or with customers/strategic partners in rapidly changing environments, thereby achieving highly collective performance. Mental agility: Reframing challenges to find new solutions even during stressful times. #LeadingExponentialChange 3 minutes1:30 minutes1:00 minute30 seconds
  18. 18. Time is over!!! Give me some ideas to increase business agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  19. 19. Technical agility: Changing software as quickly, cheaply, and securely as possible. Structural agility: Changing the organization’s structures and procedures by running experiments while minimizing the impact on organizational health. Outcomes agility: Delivering results even during turbulent times to respond to changing market conditions. Social agility: Connecting well with other employees or with customers/strategic partners in rapidly changing environments, thereby achieving highly collective performance. Mental agility: Reframing challenges to find new solutions even during stressful times. #LeadingExponentialChange 3 minutes1:30 minutes1:00 minutes30 seconds Give me some ideas to increase business agility
  20. 20. Give me some ideas to increase agility… Time is over!!! #LeadingExponentialChange
  21. 21. BUSINESS AGILITY Here there are 5 tips for you… #LeadingExponentialChange
  22. 22. COPING WITH MARKET CHANGES #1Establish feedback loops with the client/market. Make sure that they are as short and frequent as possible, and with high technical quality. Then expand to the rest of the organization #LeadingExponentialChange Technical agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  23. 23. ORGANIZE AROUND INFORMATION FLOWS #2 As information moves fast, make sure you give less importance to hierarchies in your organization and more importance to the information flows #LeadingExponentialChange Structural agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  24. 24. MASH UP MINDS AND MACHINES #3 Combine the power of computing and data with human talents and leadership to make growth exponential. Support the collaboration between people and machines, between artificial intelligence, machine learning, to finally satisfy better to the client Outcomes agility #LeadingExponentialChange #LeadingExponentialChange
  25. 25. BUILD A TEAM OF PEOPLE TO ASSIST WITH CHANGE #4 Build a team who is prepared for change and constantly empower others to change. #LeadingExponentialChange Social agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  26. 26. KNOWLEDGE DRIVEN CULTURE #5 Focus on learning and knowledge-driven culture so employees can effectively adapt and respond to the fast- changing environment #LeadingExponentialChange Mental agility #LeadingExponentialChange
  27. 27. WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED TODAY š EXPONENTIAL SPEED OF CHANGE š LAW OF ACCELERATING RETURNS š 6Ds OF DISRUPTIONS š DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHANGE AND BUSINESS AGILITY #LeadingExponentialChange
  28. 28. QUESTIONS? #LeadingExponentialChange
  29. 29. THANK YOU! ERICH R. BÜHLER

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