Dan Leeds - Morgan Stanley
Patricia Acosta Soler - Orange
Jordi Falguera - Self-employed
Raj Heda - UST
Evan Leybourn - Business Agility Institute
Leading global transformation engagements is always a challenge. The issues are not just a matter of international geography, time zones and language. Even when we can agree on a common language for the engagement, we find that native and non-native speakers do not speak the same language. Divisions within the same company may feel like entirely different companies. Often, they have been. Organizational and decision-making norms vary from culture to culture. Politeness and rudeness vary. Modes of personal and group interaction and even thought can vary. The World is a wonderous place of marvelous diversity … sometimes puzzlingly and frustratingly so.
Please join us for a deep dive into the multi-cultural maelstrom with a panel who have survived and thrived in it. Our panel will be led and moderated by Evan Leybourn, co-founder of the Business Agility Institute.
o Our top/frequent challenge when dealing with multi-cultural change management?
o What was your biggest surprise insight about multi-cultural change management?
o Is Business & Enterprise Lean-Agility easier or harder than traditional approaches in a multi-cultural setting?