Designing Value
Streams

A value-stream organisational design enables better execution of strategy, breaking down siloes, reducing hand-offs and removing friction that exists in traditional organisations. Designing value streams requires patience, experience and skill.  In this one-day workshop we will unpack the connection between strategy and your operating model and explore how to design a value stream based operating model. 

Overview

 

In this 1-day deep dive into designing Value Stream you will learn how a value-stream based organisational design promotes and enables execution of strategy, break down siloes, reduce hand-offs and remove friction that exists in traditional organisations.

Discover how to correctly utilise design tools like Team Topologies to visualise how value flows at scale and design interaction models to clarify cross team interlocks for planning and delivery. Learn how to align teams, define clear responsibilities, and optimise communication pathways.

Throughout the training we will work with real-world examples based on our years of experience working with major New Zealand organisations. We will demonstrate the impact of effective value stream design and how organisation's have adapted the approach to their unique context.

 

 

Key Learning Outcomes

 

During this one-day workshop, you will:

  • Understand how to use organisational strategy to identify the correct Value Streams
  • Learn how different types of work require different approaches to delivering value
  • Build a common language and understanding on what the organisational elements are that enable Value Streams
  • Learn the Team Topologies approach to visualise your teams setup
  • Explore different collaboration and interaction patterns
  • Understand the governance and ways of working that supports Value-Stream based organisations
  • How to build-in design that allows for flexibility and adaptability
  • Learn about common pitfalls and how to overcome them
  • Learn how to adpat the approach to your organisation

Bookings

 

We only run this course as a private, in-house course.

Designing Value Streams Workshop

Design your own
Ways of Working

High-performing organisations execute at pace while maintaining the ability to quickly change course to meet a fast-changing market. Agile has undoubtedly helped, but for many organisations it has become a prescriptive set of rules and processes. But what if you could design your own ways of working?

Radically has built a reputation for pragmatically helping our clients achieve this. This workshop leverages that experience to help you design ways of working that meet the unique needs of your organisation.

Key Learning Outcomes

 

During this hands-on, one-day workshop, you will learn:

  • When to use iterative delivery and when not to.
  • How to use agile without incremental delivery. Despite the prevailing “agile wisdom”, not all agile should deliver increments of value to the customer every iteration.
  • When to use experiments to learn and adapt and when to switch focus to delivering outcomes and results.
  • How to select practices that work for your organisation from the main agile delivery frameworks in use today.
  • What tools and techniques from project management still apply to a modern setting.

You will come away with your own blueprint for the right blend of delivery principles and practices to fit your organisational context.

When: Weds 31 July 2024 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Where: Radically, 3 Lorne Street, Auckland

Bookings

 

$699 standard (GST excl.)

$599 early bird (GST excl, booked one month prior)

Ways of Working

Mastering
Big Room Planning

Big Room Planning is a cornerstone of scaled adaptive delivery, bringing together teams and stakeholders in a dynamic, collaborative environment. This workshop will guide you through the principles, practices, and real-world application of Big Room Planning, ensuring you leave equipped to facilitate these sessions effectively within your organization.

Overview

 

Join us for an immersive one-day workshop designed to set you up for success with Big Room Planning. This intensive session is tailored for teams, leaders, and anyone involved in collaborative planning and execution, interested in harnessing the collective wisdom of their teams to drive alignment, efficiency, and success in their projects.

 

Who Should Attend

 

This workshop is ideal for anyone involved in large-scale agile or adaptive delivery, seeking to enhance their skills and understanding of Big Room Planning, including those new to Big Room Planning through to those with experience looking to take to the skills to the next step.

 

Date: Friday 7 June 2024, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Radically Collab Space, 3 Lorne Street, Auckland

Key Takeaways

 

  • Deep Dive into Big Room Planning: Understand the what, why, and how of Big Room Planning.
  • Facilitation Techniques: Learn the art of facilitating BRP sessions, including setting the agenda, managing time, and ensuring active participation and collaboration from all attendees.
  • Preparation: Learn how to effectively prepare to ensure everyone involved arrives well-prepared with the right information for success.
  • Overcoming Challenges: Equip yourself with strategies to overcome common obstacles in BRP, such as remote team participation, managing large groups, and ensuring actionable outcomes.
  • Actionable Insights: Gain insights from Radically’s experience helping clients achieve outstanding BRP results. We will introduce you to the best practices, tools, and techniques to make your Big Room Planning sessions more effective and engaging.

Bookings

 

$699 standard (GST excl.)

$599 early bird (GST excl, booked one month prior)

Adaptive
Organisations
for Business
Leaders

The ability to adapt becomes a necessity for the current business landscape. In the past, business leaders used small and nimble agile delivery teams to achieve specific strategic outcomes rapidly - but replicating this success at scale becomes incredibly difficult. Adaptive Organisations for Business Leaders addresses this issue.

We think of adaptability as more than just agile or delivery tools. It’s the organisation’s ability to align around a common vision, execute against that vision effectively, and renew itself through innovation and creative thinking.

Overview

 

Discover how to build up new capabilities, develop better ways of working to deliver on a strategy and redefine what leadership means in the context of leading an adaptive organisation.

 

 

Key Learning Outcomes

 

In this 1-day workshop, we will 

  • Examine what an adaptive organisation looks like and how to get there.
  • Explore how to design a system of work that allows a company to rapidly adapt to a changing environment.
  • Evaluate the mindset, culture and leadership required to build adaptability into your organisation
  • Assess how people and their interactions bring this to life
  • Review how different organisations have approached this challenge based on our hands-on experience.

Bookings  

 

We only run this course as a private, in-house course.

Facilitator - Kacper Mazek 

 

Kacper is passionate about modern leadership and believes that leaders play a critical role in high-performing organisations. Accordingly, a key focus for him is helping change how leaders think about work, culture and customer value.

His ultimate goal is to help organisations build workplaces that are engaging and rewarding, while delivering value to customers. Kacper has been involved in multiple international transformational projects, with teams in the USA, Australia and Poland. 

Adaptive Organisations For Business Leaders

Facilitator - Edwin Dando 

 

Edwin helps organisations rethink how they approach work and people, applying agile thinking to help them improve.

He has extensive experience working with executives and senior leaders to establish agile practices across a range of different business units. Edwin joined Scrum.org as the 8th trainer in the world in 2010. He is a founding member of the Agile Alliance NZ and a member of the NZ Institute of Directors.

 

Edwin agile delivery

Psychological Safety
in the Workplace

Psychological safety is one of the most important concepts of a modern workplace. It means everyone has the confidence to share ideas, feedback, questions, concerns, and mistakes, for the betterment of themselves, the team, and the organisation.

It has become so important that many social scientists now believe that psychological safety is one of the basic needs of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and a prerequisite for people to be at their best in all aspects of life.

Overview

 

There has been a lot of talk on why psychological safety is important, however there hasn't been much hands-on help for organisations wanting to improve it. Until now.

 

 

Key Learning Outcomes

 

During this hands-on, one-day workshop, you will:

  • Understand what psychological safety is and the impact it plays in creating a more innovative, adaptive organisation
  • Discover how rewarded and punished vulnerability create different outcomes. 
  • Appreciate the role of trust and respect in psychologically safe environments
  • Explore the four key stages of psychological safety 
  • Discuss how to build an environment that nurtures all four stages 
  • Design your own plan for actionable improvements at work.

Facilitator - Edwin Dando 

 

Edwin helps organisations rethink how they approach work and people, applying agile thinking to help them improve.

He has extensive experience working with executives and senior leaders to establish agile practices across a range of different business units.

Edwin joined Scrum.org as the 8th trainer in the world in 2010. He is a founding member of the Agile Alliance NZ and a member of the NZ Institute of Directors.

 

Edwin agile delivery

Bookings

 

We only run this course as a private, in-house course.

What other people said

Insightful and engaging. A great balance of depth and breadth - just what I need in my leadership role. Astrid has a facilitative, engaging style.

The workshop was excellent and extremely well delivered. Additional time was also spent allowing people to share examples of how they have applied these concepts which really helped bring it to life.