This is the recording from the second of two webinars from the global launch of the Agile HR in a Nutshell poster made on January 15, 2019. The Agile HR in a Nutshell poster was created in collaboration between me and two of the pioneers in Agile HR, Natal Dank and Riina Hellstrom.
What to Expect in the webinar?
• Why organisations and teams are ‘going Agile’ and the implications for HR and the future of work
• What is Agile HR and how it is transforming the HR profession?
• Meet Mia Kolmodin and explore her Agile in a Nutshell infographic series
• Explore the Agile HR in a Nutshell infographic and the core elements of Agile HR
• Understand the new knowledge, behaviours and skills Agile HR demands from a HR professional
• Open question and answer discussion
Download the poster
Here you can read about and download the Agile HR in a Nutshell infographic poster for free (in PDF for high resolution) >
The poster is already translated to Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish and Swedish, we´re working around the clock (not really, but the Agile/HR community is really awesome helping out :). They will soon be available here on the blog for download too.
Here you find all our free Agile posters
As for all our free Agile in a Nutshell-posters (there are 9 now) we share this poster for free with any one interested in using it. Here you find all the other posters in the series that are now translated to 14 languages and downloaded over 70.000 times world wide.
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