An introduction to agile working for Museums, Heritage and Arts Teams and Organisations. Improve your well-being, performance and growth.

Tuesday 13th October 2020. 09:30-12:30
Zoom

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An introduction to agile working for Museums, Heritage and Arts Teams and Organisations. Improve your well-being, performance and growth.

Being Agile in Museums, Heritage and Arts teams and organisations

In this agile course for museum, heritage and arts teams and organisations attendees will:

Learn about agile teams, projects and culture
Apply agile principles and practices to current work
Reflect on adoption within current projects and workflows
Areas of application include :

– Project Management
– Team working (inc remote teams)
– Programmes, Exhibitions & Events
– Curation
– Archive Projects
– Backlog Management
– Communication & Visibility
– Marketing & Sales
– Operations and management
– Innovation & Improvement

– Project Management
– Team working (inc remote teams)
– Programmes, Exhibitions & Events
– Curation
– Archive Projects
– Backlog Management
– Communication & Visibility
– Marketing & Sales
– Operations and management
– Innovation & Improvement
– Funded Programmes

Thank you – one of the best training sessions I’ve been on in a long time. Really productive, pragmatic and helpful” Chloe, Cornwall Museums Partnership

Course Outcomes

Attendees will gain a clear understanding of the principles and theory behind agile working, as well as practically apply agile principles and practices within their own working environment.

Agile Thinking – understand and develop an agile mind set
Agile Method – adopt agile principles and practices
Agile Approach – implement practical tools and techniques
Agile Culture – create an environment that enables agility

A combination of training and coaching this course includes Coaching to help understand where and how agile methods can be best used in your organisation.

Course Details

– 3 hour online course
– No previous knowledge required
– Includes electronic course pack
– Course level : Introduction
– Suitable for : Arts, Heritage & Culture teams & organisations. Museums, – Galleries, Arts Projects, Community Projects.
– Type : Theory, Discussion and Practical application

To find out more about our dedicated team sessions please contact us info@beingagile.co.uk www.beingagile.co.uk

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About Belinda Waldock

Belinda is a business coach, trainer, speaker and author. She supports organisations and teams to adopt an agile way of working to enhance their well-being, productivity and growth. Belinda has worked with Museums, Heritage and Arts organisations internationally to adopt agile approaches.

Belinda’s book, Being Agile in Business is a popular non-technical introduction to agile thinking, approaches and culture.

Her business, ‘being agile’ works with teams across a variety of areas to adopt agile thinking and practices, helping them to grow and sustain an agile culture in their organisations.

Connect with Belinda via @belindawaldock on twitter and on LinkedIn http://uk.linkedin.com/in/belindawaldock

Course Reviews

“A really interesting session giving tips and tools on how to become more agile as remote teams. There was a lot of helpful content and ideas that I will be thinking about how to take forward in my own work, that of my team and wider project teams in which I participate. I really appreciated the links to free tools that can support agile working in practice and the nugget of advice to take an ‘agile’ approach to start to work in an ‘agile’ manner i.e. small and meaningful change.” Gaye Kirby, Head of Development & Strategy, Durham Cathedral

“Invigorating, timely and informative training. Given me confidence to try some of the ways of agile working, firstly as an individual and then across the organisation. Liked having access to the training material in advance of the training. Did not use jargon. Highly recommend. Can’t wait to try an agile approach.”Amanda Anderson, Chief Operating Officer , Durham Cathedral

“The course linked theory/mindset and practice and the conversations were flowing well. I’m going agile! Practical tools, but more importantly a clearer sense of how to relate them to my personal style and our working culture. This course is simple, well delivered and incredibly practical.” Guy Baxter, Museum of English Rural Life, Associate Director

“Belinda gave us an excellent introduction to the concept of Agile and the applications in managing teams and projects, demonstrating the potential benefits to our organisations of adopting Agile working. The workshop gave us practical methods to take away and apply to managing workflows and assessing current projects. I am using my board to manage my personal workflow as well as the ACE project overall and in the short term to manage the planning of a forthcoming event with colleagues.” Alison Hilton, Museum of English Rural Life, Marketing Manager

“Positive ideas for how to manage workload. I was impressed that from a one hour introduction I learnt 2 practical techniques for managing workloads as an individual and as part of a team. I like the fact that it is very visual but also transparent as other colleagues can see the workload of the team.” Caroline Gould, Museum of English Rural Life, Principal Archivist

“Agile can help free up space in your brain and help you track a rapidly changeable project, task or role more effectively. Belinda was the ideal person for opening the eyes of our stressed colleagues to the potential of Agile in their day-to-day work. The half-day workshop is a concentrated introduction to Agile concepts, methods and practical applications which left everyone who attended inspired to immediately order a million post-it notes. I enjoyed the emptying of my head onto the project board and the movement of tasks across it. The transition worked well to reinforce how project boards help. I have already made a personal and project board, and we are trialling Agile for my own project and with those who attended the workshop. We have plans to potentially expand it to more people in both institutions.” Adam Koszary, Museum of English Rural Life and Reading Museum, Project Manager

“The Agile workshop was a real invigorating experience. I left feeling enriched for life. it has given me a life tool to use not only in my professional life but also in my private life so much so that I have now passed on my newly acquired knowledge and skills to my immediate family members and friends. I think success is guaranteed for anyone who is equipped with such powerful knowledge and skills. Honestly speaking, I think it should be taught to all of us who aspire to do better and be instilled into young minds from very early on.” Nitisha Ramrekha-Heeramum, Museum Diversity Team, The Museum of English Rural Life, University of Reading and Reading Museum

“I have found the ‘Learn Act Reflect’ board to be very useful for my own workload and collectively with the project team. It is a step up from writing down your tasks on a ‘to-do’ list or in a diary. With this plan you can really analyse everything that you are doing which can help to ease the pressure of working on a number of tasks simultaneously. It’s a great feeling when you see your tasks gradually move into the ‘Done’ box!” Charlene Marriott, Museum Diversity Team, The Museum of English Rural Life and Reading Museum

“Thank you – one of the best training sessions I’ve been on in a long time. Really productive, pragmatic and helpful” Chloe, Cornwall Museums Partnership

“A really productive thought provoking session packed full of material and good ideas.”

“Great blend of talking and activity.”

“very practical examples which everyone can relate to.“

“Relaxed and informative presentation style which enabled everyone to contribute.”

“Although I’ve been to an Agile workshop previously, this time everything slotted into place more clearly. I think it was being able to plot everything (first with the boat diagram and then moving on to our boards) and also being able to compare mine to everyone else’s boards as a team.”

If you would like to book an agile course customised for your team please contat info@beingagile.co.uk