Dive into a case study. Is there a prominent business in your area undergoing an agile transformation? Is there a case study from the Business Agility Library that intrigues you?
Analyze them and see what you can learn.
Select 3-4 case studies from the Business Agility Library. These should be stories that resonate with the local community and expected audience. Share these case studies to the audience as pre-reading (or pre-watching).
Some of the case studies have print versions. Optionally, print these to hand out to attendees at the event.
Fully familiarize yourself with the case studies and prepare a series of open-ended questions for the audience. You may want to arrange a time with Evan to discuss the background to the case study. Contact us here to arrange a time.
Setup the room with a large circle of chairs. This is an open discussion and it is best to avoid anything that limits free and open discussion.
Spend 10-15 on each case study. During this time you should cover the context of the company and a brief overview of the case study. If people haven’t read the case study you may spend more time on it. Open up to the audience for discussion.
You may ask leading questions such as;
Ideally a different host should present each case study.
Remember to invite them to join the Business Agility Institute.
Read Case Studies from the Business Agility Institute Library and hear from people who have gone through this journey already.