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Agile Ecosystem, It Starts With Why

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People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. – Simon Sinek Over the last few years I have come across the notion of an Agile Ecosystem and several different thoughts around what constitutes an Agile Ecosystem. I have seen people in the industry refer to the Agile Ecosystem as a number […]

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Embracing the Hybrid

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Intervention Ten years ago(ish) I found myself on the wrong end of an intervention. A group of developers I had a lot of respect for cornered me in one of those fishbowl offices at a client site. You know the ones – glass on all sides… They sat me down in a small chair and […]

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Identifying an Agile Transformation Scorecard

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In a previous post, I asked the question of how can we tell if we are succeeding with an enterprise agile transformation.  In the post I’ll close with the notion of using a balanced scorecard for signaling progress towards the transformation’s core business drivers. A couple of comments were shared after the last post was published […]

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When Will We Complete Our Agile Transformation?

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People tend to ask me the general question of how long it will take to complete an Agile transformation.  Unless I’m responding to my son, in which the answer would be “5 more minutes”, my answer would be “it depends”. It’s just the reality, based on so many variables. At LeadingAgile, we describe the journey […]

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Going Agile

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I coach for a living. I coach companies through the journey of their agile transformation. I love what I do, and I love seeing the joy people experience when their transformation journey yields meaningful results. However, people’s joy can be lost when their expectations, e.g. I thought it would happen easily or more quickly, don’t align with reality. Often the “WHY?” for […]

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