Gauteng, South Africa – 03-11-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Be Agile (Pty) Ltd (in partnership with Agile Transformation, Inc.), based in South Africa, is excited to present the very first Enterprise Business Agility Strategist Certification Workshop in Africa. Be Agile is a leader in business agility consulting in the African market and its CEO, Myles Hopkins, was the first and currently only person to be certified by Agile Transformation, Inc. as an Enterprise Business Agility Strategist in Africa.
This five-day workshop is intended for senior leaders and change agents who are actively transforming their organization to learn about the key pillars needed for successful business agility transformations. Delegates will walk away with concrete solutions and participate in activities tailored to their specific transformation challenges.
Transformation leaders will learn how to enable enterprise level business agility transformations including business areas and beyond the technology groups. Delegates will spend time exploring each of the seven pillars within the Enterprise Business Agility Model© in detail, developing the skills necessary to lead a transformation within each pillar.
“Bringing this workshop and knowledge to South Africa is opportune as many large organizations in South Africa are well into their technology Agile journey and are now starting to hit a ceiling which they can’t move beyond as they have not looked at Agile as an enterprise-wide transformation imperative,” says Hopkins.
The workshop is accredited by the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile), allowing delegates to earn the ICAgile Certified Professional in Business Agility Foundations (ICP-BAF) certification. Offering this workshop in South Africa is a collaborative effort to bring top-quality, accredited courses to regions that are embracing business agility.
“ICAgile has been working with a number of organizations in South Africa along their agile journey and we are thrilled to see interest in the region moving towards true business agility,” said Shannon Ewan, ICAgile’s managing director.
Following the workshop, delegates will also participate in a safari in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, which is two hours outside of Johannesburg. This experience will ensure that delegates augment the rich learnings they acquire from the workshop with learning about themselves, leadership and teamwork while exploring the local attractions.
For further information on this once-in-a-lifetime event, please visit www.agilitysafari.com
About Be Agile
Be Agile is based in Johannesburg and partners with clients globally to craft and enable transformation strategies that allow the client to remain truly competitive in an ever-changing environment. Our main are of expertise is on our framework titled “Future to the Power of People” which focuses on leveraging the power of talent for organizations to flourish in their chosen future. Learn more at www.beagile.co.za
About Agile Transformation, Inc.
Agile Transformation, Inc. is headquartered in Omaha, Neb., United States, and is an enterprise business agility enablement company that aims to accelerate the business agility journey. We help large enterprises define a transformation strategy with our Enterprise Business Agility model, measure and grow at every level with AgilityHealth®, and accelerate the development of Agile talent. Learn more at www.AgilityHealthRadar.com/eba.
Founded in 2010, ICAgile is a leading global agile accreditation and certification body that helps organizations design learning experiences that cultivate an agile mindset and enable sustainable organizational agility. ICAgile provides world-class learning tracks to guide organizations in the development of their curriculum. ICAgile’s approach is not tied to any specific Agile methodology, thus giving people the flexibility to blend flavors in a way that make sense for their reality. Learn more at icagile.com.
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