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IDeas for getting better at your craft
Ideas For Getting Better At Your Craft´┐╝
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Ideas for getting better at our craft is available to all of us no matter what work we do. Lets explore how to leverage these ideas better
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The First Org Chart & Influence´┐╝
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And so came the first organisation chart of the modern era. David McCalum ensured that people down the chain had far more authority in scheduling and running daily operations, because they were closest to the ground
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Agile Makes Learning Personal
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Have you wondered how we learn? And why teams get better outcomes than individuals? Explore both theory and practice here
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Pervasive Learning And Agile
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If the only learning which leads to behavioural change is Self discovered and Self-appropriated learning, how can you use this concept in the workplace? Explore with us in this edition of Agile OWL.
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Agile And Social Learning
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Learning is a cognitive process that takes place in a social context. Read how Agile combines the research from Social Learning theory into practical application for business teams across the globe.
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The Good Old Days
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Assume it is 2032 today. Let's do some time travel. The It is 2032. The summer Olympics are happening in Brisbane, Australia. You are flying in a supersonic jet to get there. And in the in-between moments, you scroll through...
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OWL Despatch
The Mother Teresa Effect
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How can small acts of kindness like smiling, wishing others, lending a ear make us more effective leaders and more healthy? Read on to find out about the Mother Teresa effect
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Accelerating Change With Small Wins
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Teams have a tendency to get overwhelmed when so many changes. Here is a story of how the Technology team in PayPal leveraged the power of small wins to accelerate change.
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Do It Yourself
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One set of participants were given Ikea boxes to assemble. Another, a set of boxes to 'inspect'. At the end of it, participants were asked to bid for the boxesÔÇŽ
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