Business Agility Institute Selects Three Courses for Education Week in New York City

​The Business Agility Institute (BAI) has announced the official selection of course offerings for Business Agility Education Week, an immersive two-day learning experience designed for organizations looking to thrive in today’s unpredictable markets. Business Agility Education Week will take place on March 11-12 in New York, leading up to the Business Agility 2019 Conference which will be held March 13-14.

Two courses were carefully curated by BAI to provide a forum for agile practitioners who want to gain a deeper understanding of foundational and emergent principles within Business Agility. Courses were selected based on their accreditation status with the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile), verifying that they each meet ICAgile’s internationally-recognized and comprehensive learning outcomes developed by thought leaders around the globe.

  • Agile Talent, presented by Agile People. This workshop will cover how people strategy and people operations need to change when working in a company embracing the agile value structure. Successful completion of this course will result in the ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Talent (ICP-TAL) certification.
  • Enterprise Business Agility Strategist, presented by Agile Transformation. This workshop is intended for senior leaders and change agents within organizations on the brink of or in the middle of an Agile transformation. Successful completion of this course will result in two certifications: Enterprise Business Agility (EBA) Strategist and ICAgile Certified Professional – Business Agility Foundations (ICP-BAF).

Sally Elatta, President, CEO Agile Transformation, Inc. & Founder of AgilityHealth® added, “This is an incredible time as we build a community of change with leaders who are coming together to transform the way our organizations work. We are excited to be included in Education Week and offering our Enterprise Business Agility Strategist workshop to take Agile transformations to a higher level of maturity and impact.”

Pia-Maria Thoren, Founder of Agile People, spoke to the importance of such learning experiences upon her course being selected: “There is a lack of awareness of what to do about the increasing complexity around business functions such as HR. In ICAgile’s Agile Talent track, we teach HR managers and specialists — as well as managers and agile coaches — how HR and leaders can make a real difference by letting go of their old controlling role, and supporting an innovative, psychologically safe organization with people who can constantly learn and improve in the same direction.”

Participants can register for an individual course and the conference to secure a discount, or register for an individual course alone. To learn more and register, visit https://bit.ly/2D37ZZ4.

About the Business Agility Institute

At the Business Agility Institute, we believe the next generation of companies have arrived. They are Agile, innovative and dynamic--perfectly designed to thrive in today’s unpredictable markets. Our mission is to advocate for, connect, educate, and inspire people within these organizations; encouraging them to create an environment of shared knowledge and trust that will usher organizations around the world into the future of business.

About ICAgile

Founded in 2010, ICAgile is a leading global agile accreditation and certification body that helps organizations design learning experiences that cultivate an agile mindset and enable sustainable organizational agility. ICAgile provides world-class learning tracks to guide organizations in the development of their curriculum. ICAgile’s approach is not tied to any specific Agile methodology, thus giving people the flexibility to blend flavors in a way that make sense for their reality. Learn more at icagile.com.

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