Posts Tagged ‘agile transformation’

Why not just define the solution in advance?

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If you’re familiar with our model of organizational transformation, then you know we’re fond of the metaphor of taking a journey in a specific direction, possibly (but not necessarily) ending up at the farthest imaginable point of that journey. We think of the journey as a series of expeditions, each of which aims to fulfill a portion of a vision and plan. […]

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Should the PMO go away?

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When I go in to do large scale transformations I’m invariably asked the question, “should the PMO go away?’  The reasoning is that going agile should get rid of all of the oversight, the Gantt Charts, the weekly status meetings, release scheduling.  The list goes on. Before I address the question I want to give […]

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Thinking Differently About Agile Transformation:
The “LeadingAgile Way”

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Since coming onboard with LeadingAgile, I am continuously learning more about Agile Transformation and the market for our services.  Each day, I learn something new about why companies choose to work with us versus other consulting companies.  LeadingAgile is different and here is why… The way businesses operate and survive in today’s market is constantly […]

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The Flying Trapeze

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I’ve never attempted to try the trapeze. I have friends that do it and love it, but I’m not so sure it’s for me. I’m pretty adventurous about many things, but flying around at what seems like 100ft seems to be a little risky. Trying new things can be scary and flying around on some […]

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The Emperor Has No Clothes: A Theory of Transformation

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From Wikipedia: “The Emperor’s New Clothes” is a short tale by Hans Christian Andersen about two weavers who promise an Emperor a new suit of clothes that is invisible to those who are unfit for their positions, stupid, or incompetent. When the Emperor parades before his subjects in his new clothes, no one dares to […]

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