Get Agile #17 | How can the Agile movement help companies affected by disruption? | Robin Dymond
Many managers hold assumptions that stop their companies from changing the way they operate. Pandemic, climate change, and other recent disruptions have challenged these assumptions, making supply chains fragile, introducing chaos in stable environments, and forcing companies to question their core business practices. Tomasz Wykowski from ProCognita discusses with Robin Dymond, Certified Scrum Trainer how the Agile movement can help non-software firms, including construction and oil & gas companies, go through the profound change - how to create more adaptive and more resilient organizations, how and where to start, how to reach leaders from these companies, and how to build trust with them.
- Learn more about Robin Dymond and his work at Innovel website: www.innovel.net
- New UN report: Step up climate change adaptation efforts, or face huge disruption https://phys.org/news/2021-11-climate-efforts-huge-disruption.html
- Extreme Weather Cost U.S. Taxpayers $99 Billion Last Year, and It Is Getting Worse https://www.americanprogress.org/article/extreme-weather-cost-u-s-taxpayers-99-billion-last-year-getting-worse/
- Climate change: Disruption, risk and opportunity https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2589791819300027
- Climate Disruption Is Now Locked In. The Next Moves Will Be Crucial. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/22/climate/climate-change-future.html