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In my latest book – Lean Change Management – I tackle this important topic: how do you cope with and drive change that is meaningful and has a real impact? In it I tell a crazy and personal story of how one company went through a critical transformation, and how they used the innovative practices described in the book throughout that process. I explain how change was possible, and how they went from burning out on too many changes to meaningful change they co-created with the people involved in that very change.
- But It’s Not MY Fault! on November 27, 2014
Today my wife’s online calendar broke and I learned a great deal about responsibility and craftsmanship.
- Sorry, I broke Your Company on November 10, 2014
One day the journeyman went to the village to see how the people were progressing on their new housing project. He was astonished to see that everyone was using hammers to pound nails, stir the cement and perform other tasks.
He was astonished, and quickly took to the mountains where he confronted his master.
“Master, why oh why […]
- Managing Multiple Team Releases on November 5, 2014
Worry about “Scaled Facilitation” before you worry about “Scaled Agile.” Don’t underestimate the power of well-facilitated conversations in front of big-visible information radiators.
- How Did You Become an Agile Coach? on October 28, 2014
How long does it take to become an Agile Coach? What books should I read? What courses should I take? Are those the right questions to ask in the first place?
- Developing an Internal Agile Coaching Program on October 14, 2014
Working myself out of a job has always been a goal of mine once I started consulting. I don’t expect my clients to be complete experts by the time I leave but as long as they know what they’re in store for and feel they’re on a path to get to where they want to […]
Lean Change Management
Is Agile a mindset or a set of processes? Ask 10 people and you'll get 10 different answers. This video series will help you discover effective practices for managing work and people within the constraints of your organization.