Joanne Perold emphasises the importance of understanding the global challenges we face and how agile principles can be applied to address them. She highlights the significance of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they serve as a roadmap for global betterment. Joanne discusses the concept of “Wicked Problems” – complex issues that cannot be easily defined or solved. These problems, like climate change, require collaborative and adaptive solutions.
The video also touches upon the role of agile communities in driving change. By harnessing the collective power of these communities, we can initiate impactful projects and initiatives. Joanne shares her experiences with the Agility Impact Community, a group dedicated to using agile principles to make a positive impact on the world.
Furthermore, the discussion delves into the importance of collaboration, adaptability, and the need for continuous learning. Joanne encourages the community to explore new areas, such as regenerative economics and leadership, to expand their knowledge and influence in the agile space.
The importance of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Understanding and addressing “Wicked Problems”.
The role of agile communities in driving global change.
The Agility Impact Community’s initiatives and goals.
The need for collaboration, adaptability, and continuous learning.
The Future of Work In Scotland is sponsored by naked Agility with Martin Hinshelwood and covers topics such as leadership, coaching, and neurodiversity. It dives into the challenges faced by organisations and people on a daily basis and explores how we can overcome those challenges.
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