Q&A on OSA: online live video event on 12/14/2015

Next Q&A on OSA, 12/14, 4PM EST (GMT-5)

These Q&A calls are an ongoing series of sessions designed to enable practitioners and Sponsors. These sessions are designed to handle your questions after absorbing the OSA basics. We plan to have a guest speaker during the last 30 minutes, for example a sponsoring exec who has used OSA, or an Agile Transformation Lead who has led an Agile adoption in their org using OSA as the transition model.

Some good reasons for participating on the call include:

  • The low time commitment needed to take the next step- just 90 minutes…
  • This is an opportunity to get some of your more advanced and informed questions answered;
  • This is an opportunity to sample the online format before committing to the online OSA Workshop;
  • This is an opportunity to hear from others around the world who are exploring invitation-based culture technology and leadership tools.

We keep it to just 10 participants total, to keep it tight and also  tailored to the people who are actually present. Once these seats are occupied, the event is full and you’ll have to find another one to sign up for. You can find a class here.

Each Q&A event is unique, and so are the questions. This is not a canned-presentation and is more like a live-classroom conversation between colleagues for 90 minutes. This is a low-cost and low-commitment way to explore OSA beyond the website or the OSA HANDBOOK.

People from New Zealand, Canada, Singapore, Finland, USA, Canada, India, France and more have participated in these brief and engaging online video events. Many are returning to attend again after attending initially. $20US is charged as a nominal fee to encourage your commitment to attend at the appointed time.

This is the spot to get your questions answered and also meet others and explore the questions they are asking about implementing OpenSpace Agility.

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