Change

A Fresh Start
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According to research. a beginning of a new week, term, and birthdays all increased gym attendance. What is happening here?
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Taking Agile Change For A Trial Run
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Can you try implementing Agile change in a trial run format? Sure if you take care of a few basic elements. Find out what these elements are...
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Change by Choice
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Engagement is created by the work employees do and the way they do it. Explore how 3M created engagement by scaling Agile
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It Won’t Happen To Me
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The number of senior leaders who refuse to look at ambiguous probabilities and soak their calendars with the immediate doables is no small number.
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OWL despatch edition 60
Dealing With A Rejection
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Research suggests that the same parts of the brain that get activated with physical pain, get activated with rejection. It is a natural reaction and is to be expected! The time, place, person, significance and other contextual elements bring alive...
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Certainty, In The WFH Era
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In organisations, innovations dry up when everyone is 'sure' of how things work or should work! It ossifies us to our pasts.
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Agile OWL – Edition 1
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This newsletter on Agile captures the human experiences in agile transformations, This edition we take a look at stories from Menlo Innovations
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Arrivals and Departures
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I am accustomed to airports, airline food and whizzing past arrivals and departures.  My work makes it that way. The other day, I was tasked with receiving family arriving from abroad. In the middle of the night,  it dawned on me...
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Of a personal loss and dealing with it
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We sat in a circle discussing "one thing that we had lost, we so wish we hadn't". The story circle that I host once in a while, spawns delightful conversation and an insight or two.
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In Praise Of The Entrepreneur
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'I lack the charisma', I remember one successful entrepreneur telling me. Over time though, he discovered how limiting that thought can be and how much of a myth that was!
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