Agile Business Innovation and Transformation Foundation

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Welcome to the Agile Business Innovation and Transformation Foundation course, which will teach you the basic but fundamental knowledge of the agile innovation and transformation process of organizations.

Through the course, the participant is provided with content that allow them to have an introductory knowledge of the concepts, practices and strategies related to agile innovation and transformation of the business.

The course has 10 modules. All of them will be fully covered during the course through its lessons.

Once you have finished the course, contact us to manage the Certificate of Participation in the course, which is valid to accredit 61 PDUs to renew your PMP certification in case you are a PMP.

This course is only available to paying customers. If you want to register, you can do it here.

Agile Business Innovation and Transformation Foundation

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Digital Transformations is essential for all those organizations that want to be competitive in their sector, regardless of the size and number of workers that comprise them.

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Digital Transformations is essential for all those organizations that want to be competitive in their sector, regardless of the size and number of workers that comprise them.

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Digital Transformations is essential for all those organizations that want to be competitive in their sector, regardless of the size and number of workers that comprise them.

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Digital Transformations is essential for all those organizations that want to be competitive in their sector, regardless of the size and number of workers that comprise them.

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Digital Transformations is essential for all those organizations that want to be competitive in their sector, regardless of the size and number of workers that comprise them.

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Digital Transformations is essential for all those organizations that want to be competitive in their sector, regardless of the size and number of workers that comprise them.

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Customer Experience has progressively become a key differentiator and engine of growth and sustenance in the consumer industry.

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Customer Experience requires a strategy that must be managed in order to achieve top-down organizational cohesion and bottom-up feedback.

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Customer understanding is the cornerstone of the customer-centric experience. Focusing on the customer means putting the customer at the center of digital business transformation and their understanding is how you will achieve this.

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Designing pleasant and engaging customer experiences is key to enhancing customer loyalty and helping your brand develop a strong and engaging image.

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Customer experience measurement is the practice of measuring customer experience at all touch points throughout the customer journey, including all of their actions.

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The key pillars of a strong Customer Experience governance structure are key to helping you ensure that your Customer Experience Management remains a well-oiled machine.

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Your internal organizational culture must reflect organizational values that align with desirable customer experiences for your organization to be successful.

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Design Thinking is both an ideology and a process that focuses on solving complex problems in a highly user-centered way.

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Empathy is the cornerstone of any successful design project and the degree of understanding and empathy with users determines the success or failure of your design.

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Before proceeding to troubleshooting, a clear idea of exactly what problem you are trying to solve should be established for the user.

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Ideation helps challenge assumptions, think outside the box, and explore unfamiliar territory in order to solve real user problems.

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Before launching a product to market, you must ensure that it works as intended and that it solves the user problem exactly as planned.

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Testing the prototype allows you to capture comments and information from users, which are necessary to iterate and improve it.

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The Lean Startup is a method used to found a new organization or introduce a new product/service on behalf of an existing organization.

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With over a decade of hindsight available, let's take an objective look at how the Lean Startup movement has fared and where we can expect things to go from here.

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The Build-Measure-Learn cycle is a feedback loop that is said to be one of the core components of the Lean Startup methodology.

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In this phase, the goal of the startup is to Create or develop your PMV – “minimum viable product”, or the minimum basic product that can be Created for the purpose of testing a series of assumptions, or the hypothesis formulated, as quickly as possible.

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In this phase, the startup must determine whether or not real progress is being made, and this involves measuring the results obtained from the experiment conducted during the Create phase.

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This is where the startup will have to make a decision based on accumulated metrics: should it “persevere” or “pivot”?

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Although Lean Startup is sometimes classified as a method, the reality is that it is not. Actually, Lean Startup is inspired by the scientific method, but it must be complemented by a real methodology.

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Agile refers to a set of “methods and practices based on the values and principles expressed in the Agile Manifesto”. Scrum is a framework used to implement agile development.

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The Product Log is a list of features, changes, fixes, or other activities that a team can perform to achieve a specific result.

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Sprint Planning is done prior to the start of a Sprint and is intended to determine the Sprint Plan and set a goal for the Sprint.

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Sprint execution is the work that the Scrum Team performs during each sprint to meet the sprint goal.

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Product Increment is the sum of the log items completed during the Sprint and also the Sprints completed previously.

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The purpose of the Sprint Review is for the team to show the work they have done during the Sprint and compare it to the commitment made at the beginning of the Sprint.

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Kanban is a visual system for managing work as it progresses through a process. Kanban visualizes both the process (the workflow) and the actual work that goes through that process.

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The first practice of Kanban is to visualize what you are doing. This includes the steps in the process and the work you currently have on each step.

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The second practice is about limiting the Work in Progress, also called TEP. By setting limits, there can be no more work than you can handle.

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The third practice is about managing workflow for consistency, timeliness, and good financial results, while anticipating customer needs.

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The fourth practice is about being clear about the process and the policies and principles behind it. This is to make sure that everyone involved knows and follows the process and can suggest improvements.

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The fifth practice is about the need to get feedback from people outside your system and ensure that you deliver the expected functionality at the right quality.

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The sixth practice is about using all the flow theories you can find and applying it to your process to accomplish practice number three (Manage Flow).

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Management 3.0 is an approach compiled by Jurgen Appelo to change the management style of an organization based on practices and ideas tested in different organizations around the world.

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People are the most important part of an organization and managers must do everything possible to keep people active, creative and motivated.

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Teams can self-organize, and this requires empowerment, authorization, and trust from management.

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Self-organization can lead to anything and therefore people and shared resources need to be protected and given a clear purpose and defined objectives.

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Teams cannot achieve their goals if team members are not capable enough and therefore managers must contribute to competency development.

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Many teams operate within the context of a complex organization and therefore it is important to consider structures that improve communication.

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People, teams and organizations need to continuously improve in order to defer failure for as long as possible.

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Change management deals with the people side of change. There is no use creating a new organization, designing new work processes or implementing new technologies if you leave people behind.

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A social network is complex and adaptive. It will adapt to your actions, so it must adapt to the network. It's like dancing with a system.

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Understands that people are crucial parts of the social system and that people are different. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. And just asking people to change is rarely enough.

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Understand how behavior is propagated through a complex system. In a social network it is about individuals and their interactions.

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People always organize themselves within the context of an environment. The environment determines how the system can organize itself, and you may be able to modify the environment.

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In the last few decades, storytelling has been discovered as an art form and a professional tool. Storytelling is a great business skill that can boost a business in a number of ways.

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Visual storytelling is becoming an important way for marketers to communicate, using it to capture the attention of your prospects and guide them on a buying journey.

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People-to-people connections are the heart and soul of business. At the end of the day, you're dealing with people: your organization is solving problems, alleviating pain points, and delivering enjoyable customer experiences.

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Studies have shown that people love a good story because it's how we connect with each other. With how digital the world has become, connecting is even more challenging. However, the storytelling still has its weight.

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Public speaking is not just about great speeches. Let's share our stories. We all have a story. Stories of persistence and triumph will connect you. They are all survivors.

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The narrative arc refers to the structure and form of a story. A good arc is vital if you want to engage your readers or listeners from beginning to end and offer a satisfying conclusion.

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Serious Play is the name of the process developed to bring the creativity, exuberance and inspiration of play to the serious concerns of adults in the business world.

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While the game is usually fun, it's rarely frivolous, if at all. The literature on the game agrees with this fact: the game always has a purpose.

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Lego Serious Play is based on many ideas from the fields of psychology and behavioral science: constructivism and constructionism.

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Si bien todos comparten la idea básica de que los humanos tienen una capacidad única para “formar imágenes” o “imaginar” algo, la variedad de usos del término “imaginación” implica no uno, sino al menos tres significados.

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About the teacher

Víctor Reyna Vargas

System Engineer from the National University of Engineering of Lima-Peru. Organizational Agility Specialist for Business Transformation. Passionate about Digital Innovation and Transformation, Governance of Information and Technology, and Digital Government. Advisor, consultant, mentor, and trainer in matter of his specialty. He currently serves as CEO of DOBLERRE & ASOCIADOS.

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