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What would happen if we approached our agile transformation in an agile way? This experiential program by Lean Change Management author Jason Little is designed to help you to take the best ideas from agile, lean startup and design thinking to help you live the agile values and principles while transforming your organisation to new ways of working.

This LiveOnline workshop will help you answer questions such as:

  • How can we integrate agile and change management to transition to agile in an agile way?
  • How can we apply agile practices to complex agile transformation programs?
  • How can we reduce uncertainty by iterating our way through change?
  • How can we re-frame resistance to change by changing how we think about change?


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ICAgile accredited course: The ICP-CAT Certification from ICAgile is granted on the successful completion of this course.  This certification is part of the Enterprise Agile Coaching Track.


Intended for: 

Change agents working on an agile transformation.   


A willingness to challenge traditional thinking and a desire to deliver outcomes for the organisation. 

Learning outcomes:
  • What is Enterprise Agile Coaching (EAC)?
  • Understanding EAC competencies
  • Striving for personal and professional mastery
  • Ethical considerations of EAC
  • Knowing your limits and boundaries
  • Creating a business case for change
  • Understanding the human change process
  • Understanding the organisational change process
  • Bringing the agile mindset to change
  • Understanding organisational system entry
  • Organisational change assessments
  • Co-creating an organisational change strategy
  • Communication, education and facilitation at the organisational level

Tools and practices you'll explore include: 

  • Perspective and organisational mapping
  • Change canvases, visual work management
  • Applying agile, lean startup and design thinking to change
  • Experiment creation and prioritisation
  • Satir interaction model

  • Introductions, Agile Introduction, Introduction to Agile Coaching
  • What is LCM? Integrating modern practices in change
  • Ecosystem of Change: understanding the big picture and the physics of change
  • Alignment: Change canvases and creating a feedback-driven approach
  • Experiments: Tactical execution, 3 Lenses to look through for creating experiments
  • People: human response to change, and final wrap-up for the course

What you'll get
  • Free digital copy of Lean Change Management
  • Free access to the Lean Change Management Community portal for a year, and free access to the Slack forums forever to connect with other change agents worldwide
  • Followup Lean Coffee session 3 - 4 weeks after the last weekly workshop

Method used

This program includes a mix of self-study learning and 90 minute LiveOnline workshops over six weeks. Self-study via online modules is to be completed prior to each weekly workshop with an expected time commitment of 5-8 hours per module. 

In week one, you will create small working groups that will allow you to work on real problems throughout the course. All workshops follow this format:

  • Review of any content or logistical challenges
  • Review of the ‘big idea’ of the module
  • Group exercise
  • Debrief

Workshops are interactive so engagement is needed to get the most out of the program. To qualify for ICAgile accreditation, you must attend four of the six workshops and complete all of the online modules.

Google Jamboard is used for all online exercises and students keep access to that forever. Access to the self-study content is given for a year which includes video instruction, additional homework for practicing techniques, templates and more.

Facilitated by Jason Little

Jason Little 

Jason began his career as a web developer. Over the following years, he moved into management, agile coaching and consulting. The bumps and bruises collected along the way brought him to the realization that helping organisations adopt agile practices was less about the practices, and all about change.

In 2008 he attended an experiential learning conference about how people experience change and since then, he's been writing, and speaking, all over the world about helping organizations discover more effective practices for managing organizational change.