The link between learning and performance has never been stronger. Digital transformation, the speed at which technology changes, transitioning to the Virtual Learning Environment and the drive for innovation and continuous improvement all contribute to more demands on L&D professionals.
Agile and Lean are widely accepted practices that help deliver products and services faster and more effectively to point-of-use, by improving workflow, standardising processes and adapting to changing requirements. Applying these practices to the L&D function will aid organisational performance through streamlining the design & development journey, and decreasing time to delivery.
There are no pre-requisites for this webinar.
Delegates will learn how to
- What is Agile and Scrum?
- What is the Agile Manifesto, (Scrum) roles, events and artefacts?
- What are Sprint Cycles?
- What is Lean?
- What are the Five Principles of Lean?
- What are Lean Tools?
Session 1 - Getting Agile
In this session, we:
- Describe what Agile and Scrum are and discuss their relevance within an L&D context
- Explore benefits and myths of Agile
- Discover the Agile Manifesto
- Explore Agile (Scrum) roles, events and artefacts
- Describe the Five Scrum Values
- Consider how to apply the Sprint Cycle to make L&D projects more manageable
- Discuss Agile / Scrum techniques and practices
Session 2 - A Lean Approach
In this session, we:
- Define Lean and explore how Lean works
- Describe types of value-adding activity
- Explore the Eight Wastes
- Explore the Five Principles of Lean
- Discover four Lean Tools you can start applying straight away
- Discuss the power of the Gemba
- Discuss putting it all together and the challenges of implementing an Agile / Lean approach
Delegates will be able to initiate Agile / Lean thinking and integrate it into their own L&D processes and culture.
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