Google, Facebook and Apple have remained at the forefront of today’s competition because they respond effectively and quickly to changes without losing momentum. They are flexible and risk takers. They don’t hesitate to pivot if things aren’t working. Do you wish your business could adopt and evolve an ethos that enable people to be more adaptive, creative and robust in the face of uncertainty, leading to improved well-being and better outcomes? Do you want to attain sustainable competitive edge in your market in today’s world?
Join Oluwabori’s talk on organizational design, market disruption and leadership, and how to make it a part of your daily operations by ensuring the worn catchphrases such as “Be agile” and “Think digital,” are transformed into real-life organizational practices. He will be sharing lessons learned from the Agile Transformation journey his organization embarked upon 18 months ago, the results achieved, challenges faced and how they overcame them.
- Thrive (not just survive) amidst uncertainty and rapidly changing external business environment
- Use data to respond and creatively solve business problems in a timely manner.
- Build an Agile workforce with practices that establish an adaptive culture across your organization
- Identify common obstacles to business agility in today’s workplaces.
- Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose
About the Speaker
Oluwabori is an experienced Digital Transformation Lead, Public Speaker and Facilitator, having worked in multiple industries for 20 years. He has vast experience taking lead roles in transforming organizations, coaching and mentoring teams on new ways of working and helping them to truly understand and embed the value of learning interventions. As a thought leader, he’s worked on multiple product design, digital transformation and change projects in complex business environments by leading the design processes, uncovering user problems and needs, and through collaboration, creativity and innovation, has been able to achieve the right outcomes for customers and business alike. He combines his facilitation skills with practical business acumen as he is able to draw on his experience to design and deliver lectures focusing on user and product centricity and how this plays out in the business world in this digital age.