Lean-Agility has been a game changer for organizations looking to increase their productivity, their efficiency, their and adaptability in a constantly evolving business environment. However, when it comes to uplifting their portfolio to support this rapid shift, many organizations struggle with the right approach. This is where S.H.A.R.P. comes in - Simple, High-Value, Attainable, Rapid, … Continue reading Cut through the noise with a S.H.A.R.P. Portfolio
Transformations are F.R.A.G.I.L.E.
Change is a constant. Organizations that can effectively navigate change will have a significant competitive advantage as the digital revolution continues. However, not all change efforts are successful, and many fall short due to a lack of planning, resources, or leadership. In particular, some transformations can be particularly challenging, and you could call these FRAGILE: … Continue reading Transformations are F.R.A.G.I.L.E.
Homegrown Agile: E’s Graduation
He did it! E graduated. We are so very excited about his accomplishments and for the next part of his journey through college. He has endured much hardship as a student - some of it environmental and some of it self-inflicted - and in many ways, it reminds me of what we see at organizations that we coach.
Agile is not a Project Management Methodology
I'm going to make this really quick, as this is more of a conversation starter than a definitive statement. I would like to suggest that agile and her frameworks are not project management methodologies, but rather change leadership mechanisms. Everything that we do in agility drives us toward change. And while we may use different … Continue reading Agile is not a Project Management Methodology
Stop thinking you have to know everything
One of my favorite quotes is "if you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room." Partially because it exemplifies how we should build teams with honor, but also because it just simply takes the pressure off of having to be something I will never be!