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Monday I Had A Panic Attack

That title seems so… mundane, almost harmless. It isn’t. I was really scared. And it really happened to me. Mostly, I was afraid of making my daughter an orphan. At 42, boom, heart crashes, then dies. I called Info-Santé, told them about my misadventure: my heart making me miserable, the …

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How is it going?

Our lives have been turned upside down for over a month now. Many people now have to deal with working from home and the presence of children and spouses throughout the day. Some find themselves more isolated and lonely than ever, and others remain on the job fighting against this …

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Culture and collaborationFeature postLeadership (EN)Management and leadershipTools

Agile family

As part of our confinement due to COVID-19, I am keen to share with you some practices to help you in your daily family management. Let’s not hide it; the weeks ahead will be complicated. In this post, I suggest an approach to Agility that you can apply at home, …

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Finding peace (AGAIN) in the heart of the storm

or HOW TO OVERCOME THE COGNITIVE BIAS OF NEGATIVITY It is rare to face turmoil that affect us, but also the whole planet. The events that currently overwhelm us affect not only our microcosms, our private spheres, but also almost all spheres of human activity on earth. It may seem difficult …

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Culture and collaborationTeam facilitationTools

The appreciative retrospective

It’s January and it’s cold, but it’s the beginning of a new year! How do you plan to start the year off right with your teams? Today, I propose to start on a cheerful note, full of warmth and positive emotions, with the facilitating of a retrospective focusing on the …

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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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Cloud Computing: an open bar of expenses?

A team in your company decides to use the Cloud to host their next project. No problem, the provider tells you that you are going to save money using the power of the Cloud. All is well and a few months later, you get a totally disproportionate invoice compared to …

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Agile Know-How Magazine―Volume 2, Fall 2017

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

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Management and leadershipTools

Learning how to danse with polarities

A tool for the well-being and performance of Agile teams This presentation will introduce you to the management of polarities, how to identify them and also to see how they are powerful tools for individual and collective performance. By interactively experimenting with some of the polarities that often arise in Agile …

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One Pager on coaching skills

Our colleagues Louise Kold-Taylor and Steffan Surdek seek to create a space and an atmosphere where important conversations can occur and where all voices can be heard to inspire and engage people to work more collaboratively towards achieving common and emerging goals. They support managers, Scrum Masters and team leaders who wish to …

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