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Agile Teamwork
3 methods for successful innovations
Mit Dr. Holger Rhinow, Markus Andrezak, Jan Schmiedgen, Flavia Bleuel und Selina Mayer
Videoseminar mit 6 Lektionen, 223 Minuten
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Agile Teamwork

3 methods for successful innovations
Mit Dr. Holger Rhinow, Markus Andrezak, Jan Schmiedgen, Flavia Bleuel und Selina Mayer
Videoseminar mit 6 Lektionen, 223 Minuten
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More than a trend: why agile methods are so successful

Agile teamwork promises lasting success. The secret of agility is that teams learn from their environment and, specifically, their customers. Collaboration is constantly adapted – in complete contrast to traditional methods, which are ...

... based on a rigid sequence of planning and execution. In this course from ZEIT Akademie, the power of agile methods is explained by experts. From them, you will learn how to use agile project management to develop cost-effective innovations that are geared to your customers’ needs. The focus here is on the three well-known standard concepts: scrum, lean startup and design thinking. The course outlines the basic principles of the three agile approaches and clears up misunderstandings. You will also find out how to apply the methods correctly in your company.

How can leadership support innovative and agile ways of working?

For agile teams to be able to work well, there needs to be a new understanding of leadership. Agile leadership describes the ability to put teams in a position to work independently and autonomously and to harmonize their results with the company’s strategy. With the help of Flavia Bleuel and Selina Mayer, experts in agile leadership and organizational development at the HPI Academy, you will learn what levers you have as a manager for achieving this, and how you can deal with difficult situations.

How do you begin, and which of them fits best where: scrum, lean startup or design thinking?

Regardless of whether they are using scrum, lean startup or design thinking, teams always go through learning cycles. What do our customers really need? How can we best solve users’ problems? How can we make our product even simpler? In all three methods, interaction with potential customers, stakeholders and users is decisive. However, there are also differences between the approaches. So, where do you begin? You will receive answers to this question from the experts on the course. Benefit from the practical knowledge of the HPI Academy instructor Dr. Holger Rhinow (expert in design thinking) and of the instructors Markus Andrezak (expert in scrum and agile strategy development) and Jan Schmiedgen (expert in lean innovation). The learning content of the cours is supplemented with interactive exercises, quiz questions, case studies, more advanced learning recommendations and a high-quality companion book.

Insights into the practices of leading companies and organizations

Agility offers young startups, traditional companies and international groups alike the opportunity to collaborate in small teams. The course will help you to overcome the challenges in introducing and refining agile methods in your team. In the course, companies like SAP, ING, Wikimedia, Viessmann and the startup Verlingo show how agile leadership is applied in everyday operations. Benefit from their well-founded practical knowledge in your day-to-day work, too.

6 Lektionen, 223 Minuten

Lektionen

01

Introduction to Agile Teamwork



Teile:
Introduction Dr. Holger Rhinow00:55'
About the Seminar01:52'
Introduction Markus Andrezak01:23'
What is Agility?09:03'
Quiz
The Idea of the Cross-Functional Team11:54'
Quiz
Exercise: Why to Become Agile?00:32'
Quiz
Interview: Ambidexterity of Organizations16:30'


Teile:
Introduction Dr. Holger Rhinow00:55'
About the Seminar01:52'
Introduction Markus Andrezak01:23'
What is Agility?09:03'
Quiz
The Idea of the Cross-Functional Team11:54'
Quiz
Exercise: Why to Become Agile?00:32'
Quiz
Interview: Ambidexterity of Organizations16:30'
02

Agile Teamwork with Scrum



Teile:
Introduction to Scrum03:09'
The Scrum Process04:27'
Quiz
What Roles are there in Scrum?07:17'
Quiz
Exercise: The Scrum Guide00:34'
On the Point00:47'
Interview: Agile Teamwork with Scrum08:12'


Teile:
Introduction to Scrum03:09'
The Scrum Process04:27'
Quiz
What Roles are there in Scrum?07:17'
Quiz
Exercise: The Scrum Guide00:34'
On the Point00:47'
Interview: Agile Teamwork with Scrum08:12'
03

Agile Teamwork with Lean Startup



Teile:
Introduction Jan Schmiedgen01:14'
Introduction to Lean Startup16:32'
Exercise: Pivot, but where to?00:21'
Quiz
The Lean-Startup Process08:49'
Exercise: Validating and Testing00:25'
Exercise: The Fruit-Inside-Freshness Scanner00:48'
Quiz
On the Point04:38'
Interview: Agile Teamwork with Lean Startup18:11'


Teile:
Introduction Jan Schmiedgen01:14'
Introduction to Lean Startup16:32'
Exercise: Pivot, but where to?00:21'
Quiz
The Lean-Startup Process08:49'
Exercise: Validating and Testing00:25'
Exercise: The Fruit-Inside-Freshness Scanner00:48'
Quiz
On the Point04:38'
Interview: Agile Teamwork with Lean Startup18:11'
04

Agile Teamwork with Design Thinking



Teile:
Introduction to Design Thinking07:58'
The Design-Thinking Process11:27'
Quiz
Exercise00:47'
Interview: Agile Teamwork with Design Thinking12:47'


Teile:
Introduction to Design Thinking07:58'
The Design-Thinking Process11:27'
Quiz
Exercise00:47'
Interview: Agile Teamwork with Design Thinking12:47'
05

Comparison of the Three Methods



Teile:
Introduction: Comparison of the Three Methods05:13'
Quiz
Differences Between the Methods10:22'
Quiz
Interview: Interdependecies Between the Methods17:23'


Teile:
Introduction: Comparison of the Three Methods05:13'
Quiz
Differences Between the Methods10:22'
Quiz
Interview: Interdependecies Between the Methods17:23'
06

Leading Agile Teams



Teile:
Introduction Flavia Bleuel01:19'
Introduction Selina Mayer00:51'
Introduction to Agile Leadership04:55'
Four Capabilities for Leaders of Today12:21'
Quiz
Challenges in Agile Project Management02:05'
Three Dilemmas of Agile Teamwork17:22'
Quiz
On the Point00:22'
Interview: Agile Leadership00:00'
Credits00:56'


Teile:
Introduction Flavia Bleuel01:19'
Introduction Selina Mayer00:51'
Introduction to Agile Leadership04:55'
Four Capabilities for Leaders of Today12:21'
Quiz
Challenges in Agile Project Management02:05'
Three Dilemmas of Agile Teamwork17:22'
Quiz
On the Point00:22'
Interview: Agile Leadership00:00'
Credits00:56'

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Dr. Holger Rhinow
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Dr. Holger Rhinow

studied media consulting, political and social sciences and business administration and held a scholarship on the design thinking research program. He has already worked for a variety of organizations and agencies in innovation and strategy development. He also worked as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. Today, he is a program manager at the HPI Academy and supports companies in implementing design thinking in agile working and learning environments. Holger Rhinow is an author of specialist articles and co-publisher of the study, »Parts Without a Whole? – The Current State of Design Thinking Practice in Organizations.«
Markus Andrezak
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Markus Andrezak

is a veteran of the German internet. He was researching semantic networks before the term had been invented. He was designing and building large internet products back in the late 1990s. Today, Markus Andrezak advises numerous companies in the fields of strategy and agility, and he is the author of many publications and talks on the international agility and kanban scene. He is a fellow of the Lean Systems Society and was nominated for the Brickell Key Award in 2012. He is also a certified innovation games facilitator.
Jan Schmiedgen
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Jan Schmiedgen

is an innovation researcher and strategist majoring in lean innovation. He has a background in interaction design, social sciences and business management. Jan advises companies on all aspects of design-driven strategy, ranging from startups and small and medium-sized businesses to DAX-listed groups. He is cofounder and partner of the co:dify Group, where he supports managers and change agents in building sustainable and human-centered innovation systems in their organizations.
Flavia Bleuel
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Flavia Bleuel

leads, designs and coaches formats for executives as Program Lead Corporate Innovation at the HPI Academy. Her focus is on how leadership behavior enables value-creating innovation and meaningful transformation, and can foster the potential of agile teams. Over the past 15 years, she has guided organizations in their transformation toward human-centered innovation, agile leadership, and cross-functional collaboration. Before that, she built a user research lab, founded a network for innovation experts, co-developed the curriculum of the School of Design Thinking and coached students from all over the world.
Selina Mayer
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Selina Mayer

studied occupational, organizational and business psychology, as well as design thinking. In the past she worked for both a global technology company and a small Berlin startup and thus became familiar with a very wide range of structures and work cultures. She is now putting this knowledge to use as a program manager at the HPI Academy, where she develops and delivers very varied learning formats. Selina Mayer supports companies and individuals on their learning journeys, both by holding method-focused design thinking workshops and by giving input to long-term solution-oriented projects.

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Take the opportunity to download the book »Agile Teamwork – 3 methods for successful innovations« accompanying the video seminar as a PDF. All the course content and the most important learning points are summed up clearly over 92 pages. The high-quality design guarantees a positive learning experience. Infographics, reflection assignments and summaries help to deepen your knowledge.

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