How to change culture and take your transformation to the next level

May 31, 2018 · London, United Kingdom

Why does work still suck even after an organisation claims to be running lean or agile? Why do so many transformation efforts seem to hit a brick wall?

The most common answer I hear to both of these questions is “culture.” I’ve seen transformations flounder by fixating on following the practices and miss the big picture of a system rejecting the new installation.

If you care about transformation, you need to learn to master culture.

In this interactive talk, you’ll learn the three dimensions of culture, which will help you see the hidden causes of challenges at work. You’ll also learn key principles and concrete actions which you can use tomorrow to elevate the performance and quality of life of your team and organisation.

Please register on the SkillsMatter website to ensure access to the venue.

Ian’s mission is to make work not suck. He’s passionate about helping teams and individuals operate from authenticity and joy. He’s also a big picture guy and loves putting everything into context.

Ian has some experience building successful products and teams. He’s an ex-founder who has led teams from 2 to 50 to build cutting edge products including predictive shopping interfaces, AI personal coaches, and SaaS psychometric solutions. He’s now a senior product owner at Trainline where he’s had a hand in many of its most interesting innovations, including the UK’s first true e-ticket, Trainline’s new mobile website, and price prediction on the app.

In addition to his professional experience, Ian brings a few interesting ideas from his BA in Cognitive Science from Yale University and MSc in Decision Science from the London School of Economics. He loves video games, barefoot running, and generally trying everything at least once.

Ian Randolph - Senior Product Owner at Trainline

To attend this meetup, please register on the Skills Matter website:

Thank you to Norton Blake for sponsoring this meetup.

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    We run regular meet ups geared towards information and knowledge sharing. We have a strong focus on agile delivery, so many of our meetups reflect being and doing agile from a delivery and project management perspective. We often have major speakers take the stage, lively Q&A's, games workshops for learning and other events all oriented around creating an active professional community where we can learn and share with each other. We're a friendly group of professionals with a mixed level of experience

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