Expleo Ireland, the technology partner for innovative companies, today announces that it is hosting an exclusive Business Agility event in Dublin. The event, which features speakers from a wide range of industries will explore how companies can thrive in an era of unrelenting change.
The event, which takes place in Expleo Group’s Dublin offices, is for professionals who are interested in new ways of working and implementing business agility processes to futureproof their companies and gain a competitive advantage.
The session will feature a panel of experts who come from consulting, business agility and enterprise backgrounds, giving attendees a deep understanding of the value and reality of adopting business agility practices and modern ways of working. Speakers will include Richard Goold, Partner at Moorhouse Consulting UK and David McGrath, Director of Business Agility, Expleo Ireland.
Richard Goold will present the 2019 Moorhouse ‘Barometer on Change’ report which gives insights into the challenges that organisations face when implementing change. Richard will also discuss ways in which companies can thrive when politics poses business obstacles and customer expectations are rapidly shifting.
Meanwhile, David McGrath, Expleo Ireland, will delve into key agility trends that Irish organisations can leverage to their own advantage. This will then be followed by an agility “ways of working” discussion which will deal with practical real-world experiences of team management through times of significant change.
Speaking about the event, Siobhán Smith, Marketing Manager, Expleo Ireland said: “Businesses are spending more on change initiative than in previous years. However, these initiatives frequently become redundant before they are completed because of the pace of change.
“Change is becoming hard to predict and even harder to navigate, with organisations having thoroughly mixed opinions on where to invest internally. The aim of the event is to share the capabilities we believe will allow organisations to survive and grow in the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous business landscape they face today.
Tickets to the event are free but places are limited. All interested parties should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register before Friday 19th April.