8 hours of training to (re)discover what agility is, take stock of your working methods, and gain agility in your daily life.

+ 1 follow-up/feedback point.

This module can be organized within companies (with only your organization’s employees and real cases) or between companies.

It can be offered remotely and/or in person, over two half-days about a week apart.

Watch the video below: Clotilde Lacambre presents the Agile’tour training course!


A pragmatic and practical training to discover and acculturate to an approach, techniques, and tools, allowing you to integrate agility into your daily life.

Based on the ias.agora agile manifesto, structured into 5 themes and 10 pillars, it is an opportunity for an agile journey. The training will allow you to delve into each of these pillars, decode them, and assess your level of practice. Techniques and tools will then be taught and experimented on the pillars considered priorities by the trainees.

The teachings of this training can be implemented both in person and remotely.


In a complex and uncertain world (the famous VUCA environment: volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous), agility is undeniably a response.

But what lies behind this widely used and sometimes overused term? This training will allow you to explore the agile world:

  • Its origins and the historical Agile Manifesto

  • Its definition and components, in terms of postures and tools/methods

  • Its benefits

  • Its pillars

  • Circumstances in which agility makes sense


Project team members – marketing, digital, R&I, HR, and operations, who want to gain agility.

No pre-requisites are required.


  • A learning-by-doing approach: theory is reduced to its simplest expression in favor of a pedagogical mix combining situational exercises, observation, and participant feedback.

  • A reflective approach to take a step back on your practices and needs.

  • An approach to agility born from numerous experiences in various sectors of activity, beyond IT and software development (cosmetics, food, commercial professions…): the training is centered on the agile manifesto below.


Once you have the appropriate method and tools, you can :

  • Explain and identify agile needs

  • Implementing an agile mindset

  • Deploy agile tools on prioritized pillars


A box to support the process: the Agile box includes key tools to gain agility in your daily life (summary sheet with definition, manifesto, reflective questions, and technical sheets).


Objectives :

  • Understand what agility is and appropriate the key levers of agility in terms of mindset
  • Take a step back on your working methods, in relation to the 10 pillars of agility
  • Equip yourself to gain agility, on the priorities defined by the trainees

Program :

  • Agility: definition and benefits
  • The agile mindset: setting the scene and decoding key levers
  • The 10 pillars of agility: where are we, and what do we need?
  • Prioritizing tips & tools needs
  • Appropriation of ad hoc tips & tools based on prioritization :
    > Putting tools into practice
    > Step back from potential applications
  • Interactive synthesis of the main teachings of the training

All our training sessions can be extended with individual support according to your needs and topics.


Clotilde Lacambre_ias.agora


trained in creativity with Guy Aznar, Stéphane Ely, and at the Université Paris-Descartes.

She holds a Master’s degree in Consulting and Socio-economic Studies.

She is a certified holacracy coach, SAFe 4 Agilist, and Appreciative Inquiry practitioner. Founding member of ias.agora, Project Director and partner at elycorp. (consulting in creativity, innovation, and brand strategy), which she joined 10 years ago, as a trainer for the “Animation de la Créativité” Certificate of Specialization issued by the CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers).

She is also a member of Créafrance (the French association for the development of creativity in France).

Baptiste Talandier_iasagora


was trained in creativity in France with Stéphane Ely, Clotilde Lacambre, and Todd Lubart.

He holds a Master II Research degree in Economics and Psychology (Paris-Descartes and Panthéon-Sorbonne Universities). He is a certified ScrumMaster (ScrumAlliance), SAFe 4 Agilist (Scaled Agile), and Holacracy Practitioner (iGi Partners).

A member of ias.agora, he joined elycorp. in 2017. As Project Manager, he is involved in monitoring and supporting teams, particularly by piloting facilitation and training programs.




For each training objective, trainees are asked to answer a questionnaire designed to determine the knowledge/skills they have acquired, those that are in the process of acquiring or those still to be acquired. Assessment is also based on the situational scenarios proposed during training.


Don’t hesitate to contact us: together we’ll explore your specific needs and the levers to ensure that your training project is appropriate.


The training course lasts 8 hours and includes access to our tools.

  • Inter-company training: €800 excl. tax (€100 excl. tax/hour)
    Preferential rates for simultaneous individual registrations for several courses (-15% on 2nd registration, -25% on 3rd registration).
  • In-company training: please contact us for a customized quote (prices vary according to the number of employees to be trained and the level of adaptation to your specific challenges).
  • Optional: coaching and post-training follow-up (customized quote to suit your needs)

    ias.agora is a Datadocked and Qualiopi-certified training organization (national reference framework on the quality of actions contributing to skills development). All our training courses are financially eligible.