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How to infuse the traditional mindset with agility...

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Speaker sliders - Agile 1st Conference, March 2019
Lani Beer

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How to infuse the traditional mindset with agility...

  1. 1. How to infuse the traditional mindset with agility
  2. 2. Consultant $ ANZ May – November 2009 Agile Coach $ NAB, August 2012 – June 2016 Various Capability & Delivery roles at NAB from 2009 - 2012 2019 2018 2016 2009 HO Practice & Capability $ MLC Life Insurance July 2016 – April 2018 Innovator  King & Wood Mallesons May 2018 onwards 2008 Consultant $ Barclays, UK Project One Consulting, UK Hewlett Packard, Canada American Express, Canada E&Y, UK Kellogg's, UK BBC, UK May 2008 – May 1998
  3. 3.  Established ‘legal’ organisation  Old-fashioned ways of doing business and business model  Successful & thriving business  Too busy to improve  Image conscious  Traditional mindsets – The Challenge
  4. 4.  People & organisational structures  Products & services  Mission and strategy  Business model  Competitors  Personas and mindset  Unwritten rules Approach
  5. 5. Experiments Changed language – ‘agile’ and provided learning opportunities Tested a new way to ‘win work ‘with a client Collaborated with universities and clients on Hackathons Identified opportunities to test new technology – AI, Machine Learning Designed a ‘Future of Work’ event for graduates Sponsored and hosted an agile event and meetup
  6. 6. Let’s play a game of tactics
  7. 7. What’s the history and key events to learn from (CultureAmp) What change is in-flight and how is it prioritised, planned & governed? Understand the key metrics and how your company measures it’s performance
  8. 8. Identify where there is waste in the system Understand how profit & loss is made – where are the outliers
  9. 9. Host events and meetups as learning opportunities – take stakeholders and connect with like-minded people Seek to understand – question everything then LISTEN Discover how do ideas happen?
  10. 10. Observe and listen to customer / client feedback Take teams / stakeholders on site visits to organisations' you can learn from Research customer / clients level of agility and innovation
  11. 11. Calculate the time & effort spent on governance / ‘silo calculator’ Marie-Claire Experiment with visual management boards
  12. 12. Build simple case studies on experiments Hold retrospectives to unlock improvement Identify technology to automate & streamline Seek opportunities to collaborate with universities / vendors
  13. 13. Validate board, exec & leadership support & champions to enable growth to occur Use games as a way to engage Design interactive and experiential learning methods Understand how work gets done – process & workflow – ‘connect the dots’
  14. 14. Thanks for participating! Hope you find this toolbox of practices useful… What will you try?
  15. 15. • By the time the public sees a successful professional, there is an iceberg’s worth of success under the water level. • That success is built on a foundation of “putting yourself out there” and is buoyed by the resilience that comes from being rejected “1000000” times.
  16. 16. ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS THIS IS HARD WORK. IT’S NOT ABOUT WINNING, IT’S ABOUT NOT GIVING UP. IF YOU HAVE A DREAM, FIGHT FOR IT! LADY GAGA
  17. 17. Kindness Is free Sprinkle That Stuff Everywhere

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