Overcoming weak signals, inattentional blindness and long held assumptions

Speaker: Gary Crawford

Description: Transformation is fraught with risk; organizations are complex, architecture is politics, and traditional management practices prioritize economic efficiency over responsiveness.

A great deal of attention is spent on how teams can become more agile, but how do you, as a leader or manager, evolve yourself and the wider organization to support a generative, performance-oriented culture focused on customer and market responsiveness?

How do you detect and interpret the important, but weak signals among the Taylorist noise?

How do you overcome your own inattentional blindness?

How do you challenge long-held assumptions by you and your colleagues about technology, practice, process, and management?

In this talk, Gary will share a learn-by-leading approach to how you can evolve leadership and management styles in your business. You’ll learn how to uncover organizational barriers to agility, build a practice field for your employees and take a new product from idea to market every six weeks.