A death march project that you are managing; a fractured relationship between you and your clients; a technology organization that has lost its drive, all require behavior change to reverse the trend. Many organizations default to violating Brooks Law:  "Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later".

The difficultly lies in discovering what the behaviors are that need to be changed and how you go about changing them. Blindly adopting an agile framework without understanding what the organization is solving for can be harmful. This one day workshop utilizes a simple pattern for organizations to incrementally change behavior. 

I feel that the session was very well placed and at a critical time for most of our projects involved. The trainer was very good at keeping the rooms attention, focusing thought where “heated debate” could have arisen.
— Workshop attendee at Morgan Stanley.