Lean Change Management Workshops

“The famous martial artist Bruce Lee once said ‘Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.’ Jason is the Bruce Lee of change management!!” (Stephan Chan – 9/10, Attended in Toronto, January 2016)

Lean Change Agent Workshop

Today’s fast-paced world is driving all organizations toward wanting to answer the question, how do we change faster? The problem is, most popular approaches to change predate Google and are based on plan-driven, linear processes. This 2-day workshop is designed to show you how to apply Agile, Lean and Lean Startup thinking to your change programs. You’ll learn what Lean Change Management is, as well as various light-weight tools such as Change Canvases, Experiments, Perspective Mapping and more.

Lean Change Agent Virtual

Based on the original Lean Change Agent Workshop, this virtual workshop comes in two flavors:
  1. Self-study – you progress through the workshop at your own pace and are able to join a recurring monthly Lean Coffee session with Lean Change Management author, Jason Little to have your questions answered.
  2. Virtual Peer Group – you will work weekly over 6 weeks with a small group of 4 – 6 people that more closely mimics the in-class version of the workshop. Attendees participate in a weekly Lean Coffee session to discuss the current learning module being worked on with Lean Change Management author, Jason Little.
**This workshop is currently in trial with a few select attendees, add your name to the Virtual workshop request list here.

Lean Change Professional

Today’s enterprise organizations want to learn how to change faster, but they may need a more structured approach to change. This 2-day workshop builds on the Lean Change Agent workshop by giving you a methodological framework that includes roles, ceremonies, and activities to help established teams in larger organizations start with an out-of-the-box solution. Think of it this way, if Lean Change Management is an API, Lean Change Professional is an approach built on top of that API that adds some additional structure for those who need it.

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Why People Choose to Attend and What They Think Afterwards

Change managers, consultants, agile coaches, managers, team members, HR practitioners and more have attended Lean Change Agent workshops worldwide since 2014. Attendees are asked why they chose to attend, and what they thought after the workshop was finished.
Why Did You Attend? After researching the website and reading the book, I wanted to learn more. I also wanted to be able to look at becoming a facilitator for rolling out the concepts internally at my company.    What Did You Think After Attending? Flexible to the pace of the room. Let the discussion happen and evolve, but kept the participants focused on the journey and the outcomes. 9/10 (Perth, June 2015) Mark Adams

Why Attend? Finding a place for past change experiences and learn better ways to approach change in the future.   What Did You Think After Attending? #NoSlides Building the case for the material cross the workshop in an interactive manner. (10/10, Amsterdam May 2017) Patrick Verdonk

Why Did You Attend? To prepare for a major project by learning new change management approaches, practices and tools.   What Did You Think After Attending? The famous martial artist Bruce Lee once said “Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.” Jason is the Bruce Lee of change management!! (9/10, Toronto, Jan 2016) Stephen Chan