Posts Tagged ‘Transformation’

Are You Exactly Like Spotify?

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A few weeks ago, I spoke at the Heart of Agile conference up in Philadelphia. The conference was a two-day event dedicated to educating attendees on Alistair Cockburn’s new methodology, The Heart of Agile. The Heart of Agile is focused on getting back to the basics of Agile. In the last 15 years, Agile has been […]

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It’s all about Synergy in Pragmatically Serving Clients

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Transformation! Agility! Antifragility! Scalability! Sustainability! . . . All conjure up different sensations! Coaches are catalysts for fostering success by partnering with clients in advancing their business outcomes. Fundamentally, coaches are students of Human Nature and Human Dynamics in the context of the Human Condition . . . Reality! As Tom Landry elegantly expressed: “A […]

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This Year’s Model – Hybrids

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Recently new models have began to emerge for how different organizations, especially larger, legacy organizations are approaching managing their projects, programs and portfolios. Over the next few posts I will be highlighting key aspects of a few of these “new” models, while pointing out key differences. I am also hoping to record a few podcasts on […]

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Where Does an Agile Transformation Start? Everywhere.

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Okay, so your enterprise wants to start an agile transformation. Good for you! We’ll assume you know why you are doing it, what the values are and that it’s not an overnight process. That still leaves a question of where in the organization do you start? Do you start with a small scale team level […]

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What allows agile to succeed in an organization?

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For over 10 years, agile methodologies continue to prove themselves in a wide variety of industries and applications, yet I still get the following question from clients: Will agile work for us?  I still feel that an organization will be successful with an agile transformation independent of industry, size of the organization, geographic distribution of […]

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