Delegates on our 2 day immersive training course receive a solid grounding in how to deliver agile working.
Come and learn from the professionals!
This highly interactive course addresses practical, organisational and behavioural challenges in delivering agile, drawing on AWA’s 20 years experience supporting clients and members of the Workplace PIN – for whom it was designed.
We work through a real example case study, looking at how to:
- Identify the scope for applying agile working in your organisation
- Develop a Plan that will address your stakeholders’ objectives and deliver value
- Approach different groups to “sell” the ideas through understanding typical reactions
- Deliver agility – workplace, technology, policies and people aspects delivered holistically
- Maintain and develop agility beyond Day One to respond to business changes
We run several courses a year in the City of London (2017 dates below) with delegates from a range of backgrounds and industries – all facing similar challenges. There is plenty of discussion, sharing of ideas, stories and experiences in a relaxed, informal, supportive environment.
Our trainers have a wealth of experience delivering agile working and we keep delegate numbers small (max 10) so they can fine tune the course to your needs.
Our careful design of the training ensures that the course contributes to your continuing professional development goals.
We also run the course for individual organisations – for their in-house teams.
2017 Available Course Dates:
7 & 8 November 2017 (tbc)
What delegates say:
I really liked and appreciated the interactive nature of the delivery of the module, rather than lecture style. It really helped internalise the information.
Gave me better insight of the behavioural and cultural aspects of agile working. Up until yesterday my focus was purely on the workplace aspects.
The group attending the course was great because it involved professionals from similar industries so comparison discussions were more relevant.
Best course I have ever been on!
I found the <exercises> interesting, to be encouraged to see the process from the point of view of key players within the business. As my role is focused on the end result, the look and feel, I’ve left the training with a stronger appreciation for the difficulties my colleagues selling this way of working have been, and will continue to face.
The course was very enjoyable with a good mix of people around the table and presented in a relaxed but focused manner.