• Length:
    2 Weeks
  • Effort:
    1–5 hours per week
  • Price:

    FREE
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  • Level:
    Introductory
  • Language:
    English
  • Video Transcript:
    English

About this course

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Having an ‘agile mindset’ is all about embracing a mentality or approach that believes in adapting to change, learning through failures and encouraging feedback to bring in consistent improvement. Agile attitude is all about learning and continual improvement to attain milestones in business.

Basically, there is a conceptual difference between ‘Doing Agile’ & ‘Being Agile’. Practicing agile is actually ‘Doing Agile’ and having an agile mindset is all about ‘Being Agile’.

Basically, there is a conceptual difference between ‘Doing Agile’ & ‘Being Agile’. Practicing agile is actually ‘Doing Agile’ and having an agile mindset is all about ‘Being Agile’.

Fostering an agile culture in an organization is a continual and ongoing process of driving change in behavioral norms to develop an agile mindset.

This short course will introduce an agile mindset and how it is being implemented and fostered across Rolls-Royce.

What you'll learn

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By the end of this session you will be able to:

  • Outline the basics of adapt mindset
  • Apply the adapt principles to improve flexibility and recognise the value and importance of collaboration

Meet your instructors

James Hallam
Digital Academy Manager
Rolls-Royce

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