What is business agility and what does this mean for team coaches? How can team coaches incorporate agile thinking and practices into their work? Why is a holistic view that incorporates flow, learning and collaboration critical for fostering sustainable change?
Join show host Dr. Krister Lowe and this week's special guest Patrick Steyaert to explore this and other compelling topics on this week's installment of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast! Patrick Steyaert is the Founder and Creator of Okaloa Flowlab. (www.okaloa.com). Patrick teaches and coaches business agility by making use of simulations that stimulate agile thinking. He and his partner, Arlene Vercammen, have succeeded in creating a worldwide network of trainers and coaches that use Okaloa Flowlab in their day-to-day teaching and coaching. With his work in upstream, customer and discovery Kanban, he helps organizations to look at the end-to-end flow from suspected to satisfied need. He is a recipient of the 2015 Brickell Key award for outstanding contribution to the Kanban community.
Themes explored in this podcast:
Patrick's journey from doctoral training in object oriented coding to working as an agile coach in startups and companies, to becoming and entrepreneur and Founding Okaloa Defining business agility Being vs. Doing agile The 3 essential ingredients of Flow, Learning & Collaboration Okaloa Flowlab simulations How to make change viral in organizations Challenges coaching business agility in organizations How team coaches can incorporate agile thinking and practices into their work And more This episode is essential listening for all team coaches looking to incorporate new mindsets, tools and practices into their work! Get in the Zone today and let Patrick Steyaert and Okaloa Flowlab help you take your team coaching practice to the next level!