While watching a training about Leading Change by Britt Andreatta where she shared an amazing thought that I totally agree with her. This is something that we need to keep always in our mind and that besides applying to driving change teams also applies to any team.
“If you deliver what you promised you build more trust to future change initiatives. If you don’t you have a more challenging run. So, listening to feedback is really important.”
Don’t forget that the real impact is very important to your team reputation.
#Agile #Lean #Change #ContinuousImprovement
Today, I’ve come across with this great article “What is Agile? and The four essential elements by Steve Denning” that I would like to share with you.
As you know Agile is with us since 2001 and the question that is made is:
- Is the Agile definition the same as in 2001 or did it evolved across time?
Also, more and more we see companies with the will adopt Agile or being Agile, still, there is a question that I believe that is in many people heads that is:
- Does the company understand and agree on what Agile stand for them?
Maybe by answering this question, we will be able to have the four essential elements that the article is talking about:
- Delighting customers
- Descaling work
- Enterprise-wide Agility
- Nurturing culture
Having said this, please find here the article link for more details:
Following my previous article “Agile Coaches Myth or Reality?“, today, I’ve come across with this great article “The Agile Coaching DNA by Manoel Pimentel” that I would like to share you.
It’s really interesting since provide a well-detailed explanation and context about Agile Coach role and the day to day basis work.
Having said this, please find here the article link:
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