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Agile leadership - are you ready for the economic recovery?

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Organisations and businesses must survive and evolve in a new agile and unexpected way. This calls for a new set of leadership competences.

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Agile leadership - are you ready for the economic recovery?

  1. 1. Agile Leadership 21. august 2015 Are you ready for the economic recovery?
  2. 2. Welcome Agile Leadership Novozymes Closure and networking
  3. 3. Name Workplace Job Relevance of Agile Leadership
  4. 4. Agile Leadership Jacob Theilgaard, jath@implement.dk 21. august 2015 Are you ready for the economic recovery?
  5. 5. 5 Global, connected, accelerated & information sharing new world 210 bill. e-mails each day 3 mill. pictures uploads each day 45 mill. updates each day 5 mill. tweets each day 22 bill. texts each day 26 mill. minutes are uploaded each day Population: 7.2 billion Internet access: 3.1 billion Smartphones: 3.6 billion Social Media: 2.1 billion 22 mill. searches each day
  6. 6. 6 The wold has gone VUCA V = Volatility U = Uncertainty C = Complexity A = Ambiguity
  7. 7. 7 What does this mean? • Always beta • Disruptive innovation • Hyper-competition • Big data = new oil • Agile strategizing • Customer is king • Transparency • Interconnectivity • Employee branding • Multiple channels • Feedback • Exponential organizations
  8. 8. 8 The customers of the future • Globalized • Informationalized • Perfectionists • Process-oriented • Time-conscious • Environment-conscious
  9. 9. 9 To meet the customers of tomorrow we need employees of tomorrow • Manage the complexity, the pace and working methods of fully integrated technology • Cooperate with diverse, globally distributed people • Create, share, and master knowledge through assessment and filtering of semi-reliable information • Thriving in chaos, i.e. able to make quick decisions based on inadequate information • Dealing with dilemmas • Acting as "knowledge artisan" - translating knowledge into services and supplies • Practice self management
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  11. 11. 11 The new customer and the new employee requires new organizations • Wireachy • Decentralized decision power • Open source information sharing • Team structure • Fast innovation & learning • Build for fast transformation of ideas into new products and services • Horizontal communication lines • Hierarchy • Centralized decision power • Rigid information pathways • Departmental structure • Slow innovation & learning • Build for effective mass production and production lines • Vertical communication lines
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  13. 13. 13 The CEO Rock star is dead!
  14. 14. 14 Agile leadership • Leadership is a collaborative activity rather than a position • Leadership is a collaborative phenomenon • The agile leader facilitates this collaboration
  15. 15. 16 The world of leadership belongs to the most learning agile • Mental Agility • People Agility • Change Agility • Results Agility • Self Awareness
  16. 16. 17 Leadership Agility and development 1.Expert 2.Achiever 3.Catalyst 4.Co-creator 5.Synergist Situational Awareness Sense of Purpose Stakeholder Understanding Power Style Connective Awareness Reflective Judgement Self- Awareness Develop- mental Motivation Bill Joiner and Stephen Josephs, Jossey-bass 2006, “Leadership Agility five levels of mastery for anticipating and initiating change”.
  17. 17. 18 Leadership in the new reality Agility Toward the teamsTowards the employee Toward the organization and business Authentic Self

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