Experience a 2-year Digital Transformation in one day

kr 6900 nok
Thu Apr 30, 2020, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (CEST)
Polyteknisk forening, Rosenkrantz’ gate 7, Oslo, Oslo, Norway  

Description

“I became emotionally impacted just by the experience of being in that room and watching the impact on other people and my colleagues. I’ve had incredibly positive feedback from people right across the organization – there’s something in here for everybody, literally.”

Patrick Eltridge, CIO, Royal Bank of Scotland

About the experience

You will take part in a virtual business environment that immerse your teams in a fast-track learning situation where they see the change and understand what it means for their role. With over 1 million simulations experienced globally, G2G3’s award-winning simulations clearly communicate the case for change and create shared understanding to help drive transformation success.

The G2G3 simulations are role-based workshops that use game dynamics to empower your teams to work together, to experience the transformational impact of your new ways of working, find solutions for themselves, and learn from the results.

How does it work

The G2G3 simulations are based on an experiential learning cycle created by psychologist and educational theorist Dr David Kolb. The learning cycle gives participants the experience of what it’s like to run your business, plan and test various process changes, and learn from the results.

Participants are divided into different teams where they run the business, develop and release new products, map the value delivered to customers, and test the results.

The G2G3 software tracks the business’s performance in real time, recording the in-room choices and actions to provide valuable metrics that enable them to discuss and evaluate their work. They will experience chaos, a lack of visibility and slow response times. They will see the need for change and be encouraged to find ways to enhance the system. Then we do it all again.

Value for your business

Fast-track your training

  • Take your employees on the change journey
  • Bring theory to life
  • Embed the lessons learned

Move from chaos to order

  • Help people understand and action your vision for change
  • Drive cultural change and get the right conversations started
  • Help align IT to your business objectives

Convince and sell

  • Enable your sales teams with simulations to help them win more deals and win them more quickly
  • Help get customer buy-in for toolsets and software

Audience

The G2G3 simulations work best with 15-25 participants, who can be from any part of the organization. Whether they’re developers, program managers, sales, HR or service desk teams, everyone gets to work together, see the relevance of the change to their day job, and experience the IT business from a whole new angle.

Agenda

09:00 - 11:00 Round 1
11:00 - 11:15 Break
11:15 - 13:00 Round 2
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15.30 Best practice and planning
15:30 - 16:00 Round 3
16:00 - 16:30 Review

Practical information

  • Language: English
  • Class size: 15 to 25 people
  • Prerequisites: None

About the instructor

Chris Gray is a Senior Consultant at G2G3. This is how he describes himself: “Technology is about people. How we work as individuals, as members of teams, as leaders, will contribute far more to our organisation’s success (or failure) than our hardware, hosting, or applications. Companies need to change their culture to be successful. And I love helping them do it.”

About the venue

Norway’s Polytechnic Society is the knowledge-based member network for sustainable technology and social development - through interdisciplinary insight, inspiration and influence - since 1852.

The Polytechnic Society is independent, interdisciplinary and non-commercial, and has over 2000 personal, corporate and organizational members. Through professional networks, meetings and partnerships across sectors, the Polytechnic Society facilitates dialogue on important topics in technology, society and business.

HM The King Harald and HRH The Crown Prince Haakon Magnus are honorary members, and HM The King grants the Polytechnic Society’s President and Secretary General audience at the Royal Palace twice a year.

The years ahead will be about creating solutions for the UN’s sustainability goals through technological advances, good leadership and partnerships locally and globally. With 167 years of vitality, the Polytechnic Society is well equipped for the task.

The homepage of The Norwegian Polytechnic Society.

Refund policy

Cancellations more than 14 days before the workshop will give you a full refund.

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Halldor Kvale-Skattebo

CEO & Partner at Humanize

Kjell Tore Guttormsen

Managing partner, Humanize AS
Polyteknisk forening, Rosenkrantz’ gate 7, Oslo, Oslo, Norway
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