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Tuesday, July 26 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Advice Process for Effective Organizational Decision-Making (Michael Sahota)

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The goal of Enterprise Agility is to have a nimble, flexible organization. To reach this end we need to have a clear decision-making process that supports autonomy and learning while achieving effective outcomes.
The Advice Process is easy to understand. Anyone in the organization can make a decision provided they get advice from everyone who will be meaningfully affected and people with expertise in the matter. The Advice Process helps organizations develop trust, ownership and learning to create a nimble organization. The Advice Process originates from corporate innovation as documented in “Joy at Work” and “Reinventing Organizations”
In this hands-on session you will learn how to use “Advice Poker” cards as a sense-making and education tool to explore how decisions are made and can be made. The Advice Process will be contrasted with other approaches such as consensus and traditional hierarchical decision-making. You will walk away with a powerful tool to invite greater levels of trust and ownership to allow Agile to scale.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Able to use advice process in daily interactions with others
  • Explain key benefits and challenges of different decision-making processes
  • See relationship between decision-making process and trust, ownership and learning
  • Use Advice Poker to create agreements about ownership of decisions

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Michael Sahota

Guide & Certified Enterprise Coach, Agilitrix (Independent Consultant)
I believe people deliver astounding results when they have Passion and Purpose. Joy and Meaning. Creativity, Safety, Trust and Belonging. I believe we can foster work environments where people can grow and evolve to unleash their best every day. | | I help people cultivate their... Read More →

Tuesday July 26, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm
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