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Culture and collaborationOrganizational transitionSpecial editionTools

An Economy of Wisdom based on measuring Impact!

Over the last five years, our partner MetaIntegral has developed a unique approach of integrated evaluation, analysis and reporting of impact. Our MetaImpact approach measures four types of transformations that occur in the context of sustainability projects and regenerative initiatives: DEEP IMPACT: transforming the hearts and minds of those involved …

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Agile product managementCulture and collaborationFeature postProduct deliveryProduct OwnerSpecial edition

Top 3 Impediments to Product Agility

Agile transformations are often initiated by production teams that believe Agility will empower them to deliver better products in a shorter time. Organizations speak of “faster time to market” and “higher quality.” They look at the cost and green-light the proposed transformation. Reality is that often these teams successfully decrease …

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Agile Know-How MagazineAgile transformationCulture and collaborationFeature postLeadership (EN)Management and leadershipProduct OwnerSpecial editionTeams

The Project Manager is dead; long live the Project Manager!

Agile approaches generally do not talk about Project Managers, though it’s a role found in many organizations that use these approaches. I am certain that they are not there merely as figureheads! I would like us to take the time to reflect on the Project Manager’s place within an Agile …

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5 Beliefs That Predict Enterprise Agile Success

As anyone who has tried to do it knows, changing an organization is painful. Though Agile is intellectually quite simple (the application of empirical principles to software delivery), it can fundamentally challenge deeply held beliefs that have gone unchallenged for years. Challenging these beliefs can be deeply unsettling; it can …

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AgileAgile transformationAgile transitionChange managementCulture and collaborationFeature postManagement and leadershipNewsOrganizational transitionSpecial edition

Performing in an Uncertain World: 5 Essential Keys for Organizations

Mission, values and meaning Professional environments are more and more characterized by uncertainty and the unexpected. If I have understood the work of business managers correctly, their job is just about the simplest in the world because we only ask one thing of them: to guarantee results. The only problem is …

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NYEPI – A Day of Silence

A few days ago, my friend Caro, who is my writing coach, sent me a Whatsapp message: “Julia, we need to postpone our session which was planned on March the 7th. It is Nyepi in Bali, the Day of Silence.” And suddenly, a memory comes to my mind. In March …

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Agile Know-How MagazineChange managementCulture and collaborationFeature postOrganizational transitionSelf-organizationSpecial edition

Agile leadership is the key to self-organization

Team self-organization is a powerful force that can foster innovation and motivate team members to do great things. The idea is simple: let the people closest to the customer, those with the greatest insight into customer needs, make the decisions about what they deliver and how they deliver it.  Yet …

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Culture and collaborationFeature postNewsSpecial edition

Agile Know-How Magazine – Volume 3, Fall 2018

The Agile Know-how team is pleased to present the third edition of the Agile Know-how Magazine. The theme is self-organization. Take a look, it offers plenty of interesting articles and tools:  

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Culture and collaborationFeature postManagement and leadershipSpecial edition

How To Build Your Team’s Capacity

In my first two articles of this series, I introduced you to the five skills of a co-creative leader. I also explained how to be a voice among many in the conversation and how to unleash the leaders around you. This article will explain the next key skill, which is …

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Culture and collaborationFeature postLeadership (EN)Special edition

A conversation about active listening in coaching

Last week, Louise Kold-Taylor and Steffan Surdek were in our offices at Pyxis working on the new coaching course they are building together. I noticed how much fun they were having and decided it could be fun to go pick their brains a bit. I went to sit with them for …

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