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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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Are We Succeeding With an Enterprise Transformation?

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Over the past few years I’ve had the amazing opportunity to work with over 65 different teams in various levels of small, medium, and large businesses. In each case I was either leading the teams or advising the teams on how to become more adaptive. When I joined LeadingAgile, I was thrilled to have access […]

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Agile Assessments – A Deeper Dive

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In my previous post Agile Assessments, I wrote about reasons to do an assessment and considerations when doing one.  In this post, I’ll continue the assessment topic with focus on Rating Scales and Frequency. Select a Rating Scale When conducting an agile assessment or self-assessment, an understandable rating scale should be used that allows the rater to […]

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Don’t Be a Boneless Chicken!

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Why We at LeadingAgile Advise Starting Agile Transformation with Structure First I grew up in the Pacific NW just south of Seattle in Tacoma, WA.  One of my favorite cartoonists, Gary Larson, is from Tacoma.  His cartoon The Far Side was a never-ending source of entertainment for me and later, my two boys. One cartoon that we […]

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