"Scrum without self-organization and empowerment is […] an iterative, incremental death march" writes Ken Schwaber back in in 2011, and we can say that the same applies to Agile in general.
Now, self-organization and empowerment are just the counterparts of Agile leadership — the two simply cannot exist without the other.
But what is the nature of Agile leadership? How is it different from other approaches? Or, even better, is there only one way of leading in Agile (such as the oft-mentioned servant leadership) or things are more contextual and complex?
Complexity thinking is one of the approaches that we'll take to explore the meaning of leadership and of some of its facets. But we'll also touch on the ethics of leadership for teams, for leaders, for coaches and for change agents in general because, when it comes to influencing others, questioning the foundations of that relationship is critical.
By attending this session you'll get a multidimensional perspective on the art and practice of leading, that will help you create an healthy organization where purpose, autonomy and clarity become part of the DNA of your Agile culture.Slides Video