In This Video

In this webinar series, Steve Denning will lead a discussion with thought leaders and business leaders about how Agile means more than development only — it enables business! Joining us for our second webinar will be Heidi Musser. She is an Agile thought leader and former CIO at USAA. Heidi will share insights from her experience serving as chief Agilist during a Fortune 50’s enterprise Agile journey.

About the Speaker(s)

Steve Denning writes about radical management, leadership, innovation and narrative. His most recent books are The Age of Agile (2018), The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management (2010), The Leader’s Guide to Storytelling (2nd ed, 2011) and The Secret Language of Leadership (2007). He consults with organizations around the world on leadership, innovation, management and business narrative. At the World Bank, he held many management positions, including director of knowledge management (1996-2000). He is a member of the Program Steering Committee of the Drucker Forum

As a senior Executive, I have spent over 30 years leading and advising businesses on designing new operating & engagement models to drive digital transformation and achieve operational excellence and enterprise agility. My passion is 'managing the soft side of technology'© – through the adoption of fundamentally different ways of working, thinking and being. I am recognized by industry peers for my contributions and thought leadership on the topics of enterprise agility, design thinking, and diversity. I recently delivered my first TED Talk at TEDxSanAntonio on ‘agile is change’. I have been a member of the Agile Alliance’s Supporting Agile Adoption Program since 2014. Additionally, I Co-Chaired the Agile Alliance's Agile Executive Forum in 2013 and 2014. I am currently an Executive Management Consultant, advising C-level executives in Fortune 50 global organizations in resolving complex problems that prevent meaningful change so that executives can deliver rapid, visible, and sustainable improvement in business performance.