“Agile Culture for Self-Behavior”
Stop assuming that the old days will come back! Covid-19 has the hardest hit in various sectors, including aviation. Aviation Industry is finding solutions to rebuild passenger confidence and the trends that will guide the next phase of recovery.
Change is challenging and frustrating at times. We can’t predict the success of any organization nor its demise! It’s time to ignite the spark within and turn the sparks of desires into flames of achievement!
It’s about the willingness to sustain in the industry by accepting the most crucial fact, “As with biological species, it’s all about adaptability. If you can’t adapt, then you will be erased by history.”
This session will encourage participants about how ‘Agile Culture for Self-Behavior’ can help to drive human-centricity and embrace the philosophy of empathy to drive digital transformation. Changing our mental models and rebuilding them with new values and behaviors that reflect those values in our actions will be the first step towards an innovative Mindset to discover new growth and opportunities.
Remember, it always starts with YOU!
About the Speaker:
Madhavi Pradhan is a Local Leader of the “Women in Agile Singapore” community and Founder of Innov8agility, Singapore. Madhavi is also the country lead for “Women Powerup Network.” She is an Agile Coach and Trainer, a SAFe®️ 5 Program Consultant (SPC), ICAgile accredited trainer (ICP-ATF, ICP-BAF), and ScrumStudy Certified Trainer.
Her Agile and DevOps transformation journey started as a Scrum master and expanded her horizon to Enterprise Agile coach.
As a speaker, Madhavi shared the agile transformation experiences in regional scrum gatherings and global meetups. She is passionate about networking and empowering women.
Madhavi is a Singapore Government’s Excellent Service Star Award Winner for consecutive years for delivering the best client experience.
Madhavi strongly believes in “Learn, Unlearn and Relearn” to empower the community.
Madhavi’s profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/madhavi-pradhan/