For years, the concept of change management has been relegated to high-paid consultants and consulting firms that use phrases like, "think outside the box" and "synergy." If you immediately think of a commercial from the 90's I applaud you - you are my people - but let's get back to the topic at hand. Change … Continue reading The Desperate Need for Change Leadership
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Slightly Anecdotal Feedback on the State of Agile Transformation and Agile Coaches
I've been extremely humbled to be involved in what can only be called a "transformation of a way of doing work" a.k.a. agility for close to two decades. In that time, the corporate "we" have watched as concepts such as kanban and Scrum have taken root and values such as collaboration between customers and people … Continue reading Slightly Anecdotal Feedback on the State of Agile Transformation and Agile Coaches
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
Do you approach work like you do your life?
I don't know about all of you, but I don't "live" in work. Is it an important part of who I am? Absolutely! Does it garner a commitment and focus and a high level of investment? Beyond a shadow of a doubt. But, when you bring life to work and use experiences, growth, and interactions … Continue reading Do you approach work like you do your life?