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Deloitte Enterprise Agility Leaders Network & Learning Circle is an interactive and collaborative community that comes together to solve the common challenges that transformation leaders across Australia are facing on their organisation’s path to agility. The series of events run for this community are focused on connecting, informing, and empowering leaders as it relates to their organisation’s agility agenda.
In July, the Leaders Network had the absolute pleasure of hosting an international keynote speaker and a multi-award-winning author on better ways of working, Lynne Cazaly. In the event, Lynne shared 12 ways organisations and teams can be more adaptable through their behaviours and actions; something that we know is on the minds of many Transformation Leaders.
Lynne took us through what it means to be agile and adaptable which boils down to three key concepts:
With this understanding in mind, Lynne then shared 12 different ways organisations and teams can become more adaptable.
Now it is time to reflect, what is your organisation’s adaptability on the scale from low to high?
Low – Deny, resist, block or fight the transformation
Medium-low – Go with the transformation
Medium-high – Create, improvise, experiment
High – Lead, coach and guide others to adapt
Based on where your organisation is on the scale, analyse where the point of resistance is. Consider how you can help your organisations and teams to be more adaptable through the 12 ways covered above.
Read more about Deloitte Enterprise Adaptability here.
Nina is a practitioner in our organisation transformation consulting practice. She has worked on a broad range of engagements, including agile capability uplift, transformation-wide retrospectives and future of work design. She is also the co-coordinator for Deloitte Enterprise Agility Leaders Network. Nina has experience across a number of industry sectors including the telecommunications, public sector and financial services.
Daniel is passionate about the Future of Work, in particular, how we integrate technology with the human experience to accelerate business performance. He is interested in applying insights from the social and behavioural sciences to more effectively drive organisational & cultural transformation and leads the Behaviour First capability within Deloitte’s Organisation Transformation practice in Melbourne. Prior to Consulting, his HR Management experience included designing and embedding talent strategies that make work better through enhancing culture, performance, leadership and employee experience.