Adapt Or Die - Just Surviving is Not What Matters Today, but Adopt, Adapt, and become Adept
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GW VSTC Enterprise Hall
44983 Knoll Square
Ashburn, VA, 20147
Networking begins at 11:30AM
Presentation begins at 12:00PM
1 PDU Credit can be earned
Attendance is free
It is not the most intellectual of the species that survives; it is also not the strongest that survives, but the species that survives is the one that is able to adapt to and to adjust best to the changing environment in which it finds itself, so says Charles Darwin.
Explore with us the Strategic Execution Framework, developed by the Stanford Advanced Project Management program. The Strategic Execution Framework is a reflection tool for organizations which seek to examine all the elements within that organization to establish whether projects and programmes are aligned with the organization's overall strategy and goals, to ensure that critical initiatives achieve their intended results.
Agility is not about how fast one can move. Rather, it is often a measure of one’s responsiveness for a change with a minimal adverse effect. In today’s complex world, a thriving organization must evolve to stay relevant and outlast its predators (aka competitors).
As such, performance and scalability go hand in hand to foster growth in most organizations.
We explore the value of strategy execution to build an adaptive DNA in an organization. For a successful transformation, an organization needs to rely on few questions to define its strategy and its execution.
- Who are you?
- What is the context?
- Where are you going?
- What needs creating?
- How will you build it?
- How will you operate?
Join this session to as we together find the answers of these questions while exploring patterns of how an organization evolve & stay competitive.
The session will explore the key areas; (I)deation, (N)ature, (V)ision, (E)ngagement, (S)ynthesis, and (T)ransition. You will walk away from the session with recommended dimensions to achieve and measure Business Agility as well as one new framework to try scalability in your organization.
Managing diverse teams: effects of culture, generation, gender, etc., on management / communication needs
Industry / SectorI.T.
Information Technology, including organizations that utilize Agile development methodologies
About the Speaker
Avinash Tripathi (Nash) is passionate about what he does and firmly believe “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go farther go together”. Nash is a trainer by profession, a facilitator at heart and a coach by instinct. Nash has worked with several fortune 100 organizations to help them through the change curve, enhance their perspective on agility and consulted on large scale agile transformation. He has spoken at several company events and agile user groups and has led CSM training classes and agile workshops at Companies' offices across USA with Certified Scrum Trainers.
About the Ashburn Local Community
The Ashburn Local Community is sponsored by George Washington University. Join us at the George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus to network and earn a free PDU!