Exploring the essence of nimbleness with Robert Snyder, focusing on the balance between mechanics and style, and the role of preparation in adapting to change.
Sonja Blignaut delves into thriving in complexity by being nimble, highlighting the difference between complex and complicated, and stressing the importance of adaptability in unpredictable environments.
Uncover the essential link between risk management and organizational agility, and how being ‘Nimble’ is critical for modern business success.
Explore nimble management in Silicon Valley with Dr. Annika Seiber, as we delve into leadership, innovation, and cultural change for business innovation.
Ryland Leyton discusses how businesses can be nimble across three Agile Horizons, ensuring alignment between strategy, initiative, and delivery.
Explore how reimagining Agile as Nimble can transform organizations to adapt in a complex world, prioritizing people and adaptability.
Discover ‘Agile and Nimble’ through tales blending personal stories with organizational strategy.
Discover how business analysis with artificial intelligence will revolutionize business agility driving efficiency and innovation.
PRESENTATION: Concepts and examples are explained and demonstrated to make everyone rethink their believes about management and the key role of Business Analysis to create an adaptable business.
PRESENTATION: Interactive activities, pools, video, and live music with a Brazilian folkloric guitar to demonstrate how the Agile Requirement can be implemented to bring real Business Agility.
PRESENTATION: Business Agility depends more on the architecture than on the solution development methodology. Use your requirements management to build dynamically adaptable solutions.
Keith Ellis presents the value of Business Analysis (BA) for Human Resources (HR) professionals to be nimble and responsive to change.
Agile and nimble are not the same thing. An in-depth look at the key differences between nimble and agile, and an overview of how to be nimble.
Keith Ellis states that an organization can implement agile methodologies, but that does not guarantee that it will be nimble.