Set an intermediate challenge, whose achievement will tell you that you’re winning. And then improve like hell towards it.
My subject is
Transformation by Invitation in which I reflect a little on how organisational change goes, and how we might do it better.
Better ways of working unwind the journey towards formal relationships. Building personal trust increases collaboration.
Non-colocated teams can work; it’s just harder, particularly with newly formed teams or inexperienced people.
6 of the best to read over the break.
I’m delighted to announce that I’m speaking at Agile in the City: London in April.
I’m on on the first day, bringing CA/Rally’s long experience of Big Room Planning.
I’m delighted to announce that I’m speaking at Agile in the City: Bristol.
I’m on on the Friday morning, with a workshop using Cost of Delay to prioritise a programme backlog and develop a roadmap.
I’m delighted to announce that once again, I’m speaking at Lean Agile Scotland — the conference that started local and is growing to global stature.
I’m increasingly convinced that all transformation initiatives should only be staffed and impact those who have actively and consciously opted into the change.