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Do., 14. Sept.


Praha 4

Designing for Adaptivity with Organizational Topologies

This two-day practical class is designed for everybody within organizations who are excited and challenged about creating sustainable agility at the whole-company level and solving problems with scaling agility beyond the team level and the application of frameworks.

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Designing for Adaptivity with Organizational Topologies

Time & Location

14. Sept., 09:00 MESZ – 15. Sept., 17:00 MESZ

Praha 4, 140 21, Na Pankráci 1690/125, 140 00 Praha 4-Nusle, Czechia

About the event


This training is beneficial for transformation leaders within organizations as well as organizational consultants.


Some say: "Agile is dead!" Is it? Or has it been downgraded to mean team-level agility?  Today’s solutions create tomorrow’s problems. By focusing on team-level agility, organizations have created the need for scaling. Scaling is a problem. It is not a solution. It is a self-inflicted issue caused by a lack of system thinking.

Others say: "Business agility is the new path!" But is there "another agility"? Hasn't agility always been for the benefit of everyone: developers, customers, and managers? For the whole business? The fact that we need something like business agility is a symptom of failure.

At Org Topologies, we don’t believe that agile is dead or that business agility is the new focus.  We believe there is a need to revive the agile revolution: Ride the second wave of it! We must focus on both in-team and inter-team collaboration. We need to embrace value-creating ecosystems by looking from the outside in, organizing around value, and creating strong cohesion with teams of teams.

Org Topologies is a thinking tool that makes it easier to see where your organization is on the transformation journey.


During this two-day training, Roland and Alexey will share the details on the whys and hows of applying #OrgTopologies mapping to discover, own and monitor an agile journey toward perfection without relying on any "agile" framework.

We will cover:

  • Overview of the seven org archetypes that are at the core of the map
  • Understanding the First Wave and second wave of the Agile Revolution
  • Understanding (shortcomings of) industry-standard frameworks
  • Org Topologies Scans as a tool to assess and study the progress of agile adoptions based on case studies
  • Designing organizations for product development using Org Topologies
  • Practices for creating wave-2 level org archetypes (B and C levels)

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