In the third series of #AgileWay podcast I'm having a conversation with Agile Prague Conference speakers about the topic they are passionate about, what did they learn on their agile journey, and where they see a future of Agile. Evan Leybourn is our keynote speaker from Australia and he is going to talk about The Shape of Agility. If you find the conversation interesting, join Agile Prague Conference Sep 19-20, 2022, and get real face-to-face experience in Prague. See more at agileprague.com.
On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by business agility expert and CEO of the Business Agility Institute, Evan Leybourn, explore the challenges and opportunities of business agility in the current climate, adopting agile behaviours to cope with the new ways of working, and the shape and direction of organisational agility in the future.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leadership-at-the-edge/message
#32 - "Resistance is the #1 Challenge" with Evan Leybourn
Perspectives of Change
There is nothing easier, in the short term, than doing nothing. Nothing more appealing than the Status quo. But purpose, innovation, and progress never occurs by sitting still.It happens when purpose is aligned to action. And for organisations, breaking down resistance to change, is one of the most important steps towards creating value for your customers - no matter what the future brings.
Evan Leybourn is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Business Agility Institute. As well as leading the Business Agility Institute, Evan is also the author of Directing the Agile Organisation (2012) and #noprojects; a culture of continuous value (2018). AGILE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IS ABOUT CHANGE; CHANGING HOW YOU THINK, CHANGING HOW YOU WORK, AND CHANGING THE WAY YOU INTERACT. BY ACCEPTING, EMBRACING, AND SHAPING CHANGE ACROSS YOUR ORGANISATION, YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO OUTPERFORM, AND OUT-COMPETE, IN THE MARKET. Today, Evan continues to help evolve SAFe®’s knowledge base of proven best practices, and bring the benefits of software agility and lean thinking to the largest software enterprises. This episode is proudly sponsored by Emergence, the journal of business agility. This quarterly publication brings you inspiring stories from the most innovative companies and explores themes of new ways of working, reclaiming management, and humanizing business. Each issue is hand illustrated and 100% content. Use the promo code lithespeed to get a 10% discount on your annual subscription. Visit businessagility.institute/emergence to find out more.
Agility, frameworks, and gaining a competitive advantage with Evan Leybourn
Agile in Action with Bill Raymond
Business agility represents the continuous and purposeful change you make to deliver more value to your customers and gain a competitive edge. Very often, we use frameworks that guide how to be more agile. The list of frameworks is endless and full of acronyms, like SCRUM, XP, SaFe, and many more. It can be tempting to select a framework that looks good and start using it. However, there are downsides to that approach. In today's podcast, I speak with Evan Leybourn, Co-founder and CEO of the Business Agility Institute. We talk about why agility can increase revenues, improve team performance, and retain employees. Evan shares the approach you should take to define what agility means to your organization and balance that with the various frameworks available to you.
“Business agility is a set of organizational capabilities, behaviors, and ways of working that afford your business the freedom, flexibility, and resilience to achieve its purpose, no matter what the future brings." Evan Leybourn is the founder and CEO of Business Agility Institute. In this episode, Evan shared about the current maturity of agile adoption and how agile has matured over the years by looking at 3 different agility categories, including business agility. Evan then explained further what business agility means, and his interesting story of why he started the Business Agility Institute. He then explained in-depth the concept of business agility domains, a model comprising 12 different interacting domains across four dimensions centred around the customer. We then discussed his theory of agile constraints and Evan shared his insights on why he thinks Agile and DevOps transformations are currently hitting diminishing returns and how we should address it by continuously finding the constraint to solve. Evan also touched on and shared about the recent Business Agility Institute research finding on why many agile organizations unconsciously fail to embed and support Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion (DEI) within the organizations. Listen out for: Career Journey - [00:04:56] Current Maturity of Agile Adoption - [00:09:24] Business Agility - [00:16:57] Business Agility Institute - [00:21:15] Agile & DEI - [00:27:45] Business Agility Domains - [00:30:59] Theory of Agile Constraints - [00:40:28] 3 Tech Lead Wisdom - [00:46:45] _____ Evan Leybourn’s Bio Evan is the Founder and CEO of the Business Agility Institute; an international membership body to both champion and support next-generation organisations: Companies that are agile, innovative and dynamic - perfectly designed to thrive in today’s unpredictable markets. As well as leading the Business Agility Institute, Evan is also the author of Directing the Agile Organisation (2012) and #noprojects: A Culture of Continuous Value (2018). Follow Evan: Website – https://businessagility.institute/ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/evanleybourn/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/eleybourn Our Sponsor Are you looking for a new cool swag? Tech Lead Journal now offers you some swags that you can purchase online. These swags are printed on-demand based on your preference, and will be delivered safely to you all over the world where shipping is available. Check out all the cool swags by visiting https://techleadjournal.dev/shop. Like this episode? Subscribe on your favorite podcast app and submit your feedback. Follow @techleadjournal on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Pledge your support by becoming a patron. For more info about the episode (including quotes and transcript), visit techleadjournal.dev/episodes/46.
Keynote - Management, you're doing it wrong - Evan Leybourn
Festival Agile Trends 2021
In this presentation, I will share both my observations of this false journey towards management, the problems it causes inside organisations (micro-management, presenteeism, ‘hustle porn’, risk avoidance, and death by meetings), and finally what you can do about it. After all, management is a skill and, like all skills, can be learned, practiced, and improved.-------------Todos los vídeos del Festival Agile Trends en: https://lk.autentia.com/3d5nL7d¡Conoce Autentia!-Twitter: https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ-Instagram: https://lk.autentia.com/instagram-LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/-Facebook: https://goo.gl/o8HrWX
Evan Leybourn on Responding to Uncertainty Using Business Agility
Engineering Culture by InfoQ
In this podcast recorded at the Agile Christchurch conference, Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Evan Leybourn about the characteristics of agile organisations and how they respond to disruption.Listen to the podcast for more.Curated transcript and more information on the https://bit.ly/3sOEC3cFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube: @InfoQ Follow us on Instagram: @infoqdotcomStay informed on emerging trends, peer-validated early adoption of technologies, and architectural best practices. Subscribe to The Software Architects’ Newsletter: www.infoq.com/software-architects-newsletter/
#3 Business Agility in today’s world with Evan Leybourn
Let's talk Transformation...
In this episode of let's talk Evan and I discuss Business Agility research and practice, and the role of Agility in shaping organisations. Evan shares his insight from years of experience and research on Agile organisations and the role of leadership and strategy in navigating the constraints and opportunities of uncertainty.The main insights you will get from this episode :The importance of strategic agility and the ability to respond to change.The vital role of leaders in enabling agilityEnsuring that growth mindset is being developed at all levels of the organisation is pivotal to pushing through cultural resistanceYou don't need certainty if you have agilityAn organisation is only as agile as it's least agile partIdentifying constraints is key to understanding where you should be investing in transformation.
Business Agility with Evan Leybourn, Founder of the Business Agility Institute
The Best of Agile and Scrum Podcast
In this episode we talk to Evan Leybourn, founder of the Business Agility Institute. We talk about Business Agility. What does it mean? How does it help organizations? What are pitfalls? And why do certain organizations do better during COVID-19 then others?