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Canceled 10/30 Culture Workshop: CAL II Advanced Ed – Salt Lake City, UT

Murray, UT

November 19, 2019 November 20, 2019

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Venue
Crystal Inn Hotels & Suites – Murray, UT
Address
818 East Winchester Street
Murray, UT 84107
Begins
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Ends
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Time
8:30am – 5:00pm
Duration
2 Days

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Canceled 10/30 Culture Workshop: CAL II Advanced Ed – Salt Lake City, UT

Class Overview

Prerequisites:

  • Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) Credential I
SEUs 16
PDUs 16
CDUs 16

Defining and building a culture is hard. So hard that most people don’t even know where to start. However, organizations that focus on developing authentic, value-driven, cultures maximize the full impact of Agile. Culture is the difference between doing Agile and BEING Agile.

In this intensive, two-day workshop we will show you how to build a truly Agile culture based on a set of shared beliefs that create a common bond between leadership and team members. Over the two days, we’ll teach you how to assess your current culture and set a baseline. We’ll demonstrate practical tools and techniques to build an Agile culture that works to empower. And we’ll study real life examples of what’s worked and what hasn’t as we’ve built our own company culture and that of our clients. The Building An Agile Culture 2-day workshop fulfills the Advanced Education component of CAL II

The goal of the CAL Credential II is to guide leaders in deepening, applying, and sharing their Agile leadership learning. It is a deep dive into the concepts of the CAL I, including practical role-playing experiences and advanced personal growth skills. It also covers additional material that builds on CAL I around organizational culture and high performance. Click here to watch a short video explaining CAL II.

Brian M. Rabon

Instructor

Brian M. Rabon, CST, PMP

Brian M. Rabon, CST, PMP is the President of The Braintrust Consulting Group, a worldwide leader in Agile transformations. Throughout his 16 years of IT industry experience, Brian has applied Agile methods in order to successfully deliver working product to his customers. Brian holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from Auburn University and a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

When not in the classroom, Brian can be found around the globe evangelizing the benefits of Agile to the likes of Agile 20XX, the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) many chapters, and the Scrum Alliance’s Scrum Gatherings. Brian is an avid blogger, writing for his company’s blog. To contact Brian please e-mail him at brian.rabon@braintrustgroup.com or join him on LinkedIn.

"The last two days I attended the Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) Credential 1 course taught by Anu Smalley, CST from The Braintrust Consulting Group. It was a great training with several other seasoned Agile Leaders who are creating change in their teams and organizations. I was reminded that real change takes executive sponsorship, careful consideration, and willing team members. Companies who are committed to putting in the time and allowing the right people to get in the right seats can transform the way an organization delivers. I'm looking forward to using these Agile principles as I build a team who will thrive on a culture of process and system improvement."

Chris H., Global IT Solutions

"This class does a great job of explaining and showcasing the strengths of agile development without making the rules rigid and inflexible. I feel that I have a solid groundwork for trying agile and seeing what works best for my team."

Derek, Onramp Access

"By tying together Agile principles and engineering best practices, this course provides a springboard from which to improve one's technical output and team dynamic."

Ted, Red Hat Inc.

I arrived with a good understanding of Scrum and still found the course tremendously valuable. They did a great job of providing a great value for all skill levels.

Karl, Guthy-Renker

"An invaluable resource for learning, improving or cementing an understanding of Scrum."

Matt, Naxos of America

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Class Information

Class Learning Objectives

As an Agile Culture Workshop Attendee I want…

  1. To define what culture is, so that I can have a shared understanding.
  2. To assess my organization’s culture, so that I can have a baseline to begin to measure progress against.
  3. To view and discuss a case study, so that I can truly examine what an agile culture looks like.
  4. To learn a cultural change management model, so that I can effectively lead cultural change at my organization.
  5. To understand why having actionable values is fundamental, so that I can facilitate the creation of ones for my team.
  6. To explore the role physical environment plays in building a culture, so that I can successfully build out a space for my team.
  7. To understand the need for social norms at work, so that I can help lay a strong foundation for agility to prosper.
  8. To understand how to instill a culture of accountability, so that I can get the most out of my team.
  9. To understand how a focus on results can help strengthen my agile culture, so that I make sure I am rewarding the right behaviors to become more agile.
  10. To demonstrate how to increase trust, so that I can have a more agile culture.
  11. To better learn how to influence others, so that I can affect broader cultural change within my organization.

Benefits

  1. Accelerate your organizations Agile adoption
  2. Build a culture that promotes purpose, mastery, and autonomy
  3. Improve team morale, motivation, and retention
  4. Impart continuous improvement and innovation
  5. Become more Agile yourself so that you can positively influence the culture of your organization

 

You’ll leave with a complete understanding of why culture matters and a clear vision for how to influence your own culture. We’ll change the way you think about everything from your physical office space to the way you hire and fire team members. You’ll leave with tangible, practical steps that you can take on a day-to-day basis to positively influence your organization’s culture and to move it more towards Agility.

Who Should Attend?

  • Anyone in a leadership position that has the ability and the desire to influence culture within their team, their department, or their entire organization.

Take Aways

  • A cultural assessment of my organization
  • A roadmap for affecting cultural change within my organization
  • Culture binder
  • Culture library (Collection of inspiring texts)
  • Culture journal
  • Access to free monthly alumni calls
  • 16 SEUs / 16 PDUs
  • This class fulfills the 2-day, Advanced Education component of the CAL II program.

Cancellation Policy: In order to receive a refund you must notify us no later than 10 business days prior to the class start date. Cancellation requests received after the 10 day window will be issued a credit that can be applied towards a future class within the next 12 months.

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