Most organizations today recognize that the business landscape is changing and if they want to survive, they need to welcome change. AgileSHIFT primes people for transformational change by creating a culture of enterprise agility and an understanding of agile ways of working. AgileSHIFT is for everyone because it enables the whole organization to learn and understand the value and benefits of agility and where and how it should be adopted to transform the organization.
Attend this 2-day course, and you will also be prepared to successfully write and pass the exam to achieve AgileSHIFT certification.
Learning Tree’s AgileSHIFT certification training course includes 12 hours of Instructor-Led Training (ILT) or Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) presented by a real-world Agile practitioner.
AgileSHIFT Foundation Certification Delivery Methods
AgileSHIFT Foundation Certification Course Benefits
Understand why organizations need to create a culture of enterprise agility in response to a changing contextStart to think and work differently to enable changeApply the key concepts of the AgileSHIFT framework and delivery approach
Continue learning and face new challenges with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching
AgileSHIFT Instructor-Led Training Outline
Who should attend this course?
The target audience for AgileSHIFT training is those who are directly affected by the proposed change and also those in support positions who can support, influence and enable the transitional success.
A PeopleCert® exam voucher will be provided. The exam is closed book and 45 minutes duration. There are 33 questions, and a passing grade is 60%.
Wouldn’t you like to sit your exam knowing that you could have another shot if the outcome is not what you expected? With Learning Tree, now you can! This Learning Tree training course features the Take2 re-sit exam option. In the case of an unsuccessful result, you can retake the exam within six months of your first try.
- VUCA world
- Tech shift
- Responses to change
- Running and changing the organization
- Benefits and barriers to enterprise agility
- Pace of change
- Multimodal working
- The complexity of organizational relationships
- The co-creation of value
- The value path
- Creating a culture of enterprise agility
- Framework components
- Organizational strategic alignment
- The key role of middle managers
- AgileSHIFT principles
- Flexibility and frequency
- The AgileSHIFT team
- The AgileSHIFT coach
- The AgileSHIFT sponsor
- Iterative approach
- Planning tools and techniques
- Roadmap and task lists
- Close out, canvases and agendas