The Agile HR Meetup is back in London for summer and invites you to step inside the Agile HR success story, Beyond, and explore how treating your culture as a product can elevate your business into top 100 company status. The Agile HR Meetup is a vital learning global network for Human Resources (HR), Learning and Development (L&D), Agile and, People and Culture professionals, on a mission to innovate HR and transform the profession for the future of work. Join us and help shape the discussion at Agile HR Community.
Culture as Your Product
By mirroring the way their business interacts with their clients, the People Team at Beyond have built a client-first team with a human-centred, Agile approach to #GSD! They’ve also discovered that if you treat your culture like a product, and incrementally develop value that enriches your employee experience, you naturally create and deliver solutions that continually enhance your culture. Driven by values that harness a sense of belonging, the Beyond People team are now award winning and able to reference amazing Glassdoor feedback as validation that this stuff truly works. They’re also keen to share and happily open source their case studies and examples for other organisations and HR teams to learn from.
Beyond are a design and technology company that help organisations create beautiful customer experiences that transform the world around us. Recently awarded one of the Sunday Times best 100 companies to work for, Beyond are an inspiring case study in how Agile HR mindset can help build an awesome place to work, where great people want to belong.
Kate Rand, People & Operations Director at Beyond and Agile HR Community facilitator and partner, will share how her organisation is reinventing the HR operating model with Agile mindset and techniques. On the night, Kate will be joined by other members of her team, who will share personal experiences and learning from their own Agile HR case studies.
Natal Dank, an Agile HR pioneer and co-founder of the Agile HR Community, will co-host the evening and help you get practical by exploring how you can apply an Agile HR mindset back in your own workplace.
What is Agile HR?
Transforming the fundamental principles of HR into People Operations leading Agile, digital and networked organisations. Agile HR aims to build a shared value between your customer, business and people by:
Mindset - Embracing the Agile mindset within Human Resources and people practices to incrementally deliver value to your customer.
Co-Create - Applying Agile techniques, like Scrum and Kanban, to self-organise, experiment and co-create directly with your people.
Human-centric - Building awesome, people friendly workplace practices that are validated by users
Evidence-based - Evidence-based decision making that delivers customer value through data, people analytics and insight.
Agile Transformation & Leadership - Consulting on Agile and digital organisational transformation, and coaching leaders
Employee Experience - Enriching the people experience at work and taking care of the human
What To Expect on the Night
An opportunity to meet and mingle with fellow HR professionals and leading Agile HR practitioners
Group discussion, two-way dialogue and sharing of stories
Drinks and snacks to keep you nourished
Guest speakers from people leading the way in Agile HR
Where and When?
Venue: Beyond, 75 Bermondsey Street SE1 3XF London
Start time: 18:00 kick off
End time: 21.00
Who Should Come?
All HR, L&D and Agile professionals. Open to anyone willing and able to innovate the human side of their workplace.
Agile HR Community Certified Practitioner Program
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