Category Archives: Organizational Transformation

Agile within a non-agile ecosystem

Agile, like Texas Hold ‘Em poker, is pretty simple. The agile manifesto is straightforward. Some agile practices are more difficult than others. Stand-ups are probably the simplest agile technique (though it confounds me how difficult it is sometimes to get … Continue reading

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Politics at work

I just read The Five Dysfunctions of a Team on the plane this week. I saw an interesting interpretation of the term “politics” which intrigues me: “Politics is when people choose their words and actions based on how they want … Continue reading

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Squirrel Agile

A client shared this term a few weeks ago that I really liked: Squirrel Agile. Thanks Steve. I’m sure you’ve seen a squirrel trying to cross a street. The squirrel starts off on one side of the street, looks, darts … Continue reading

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