Culture

Agile OWL edition 36
Limiting Open Loops With Agile
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Much of the stress that people feel does not come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they start. Find out how leaders at Vistaprint discovered & reduced open loops for teams.
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Agile Builds Trust
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The not so obvious ingredient Agile creates in teams? Trust. Read more to find out how and why it is important.
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Unspoken Fears And Change
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How can unspoken fears derail a change effort? Read the stories from PayPal to draw ideas on dealing with unspoken fears among your teams
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Shared Language Accelerates Change
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Companies ask us how can they get everyone to buy into the change effort? Creating a shared language is an important step we say. Here is a story which demonstrates this well
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Where Do You Begin An Agile Transformation?
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Where do you begin an Agile Transformation? Do you start at a team or functional level? Approaching it from a customer's perspective is key.
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Blameless Culture With Agile
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Have you noticed how pervasive “blame” is in the society we live in? is it any surprise that blame is rampant in the corporate world too? What can organisations do to build a blameless culture with Agile principles
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Agile And Onboarding Design
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Agile thinking and principles can help companies design onboarding experiences.
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Choices For Agility : ANZ
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Creating agility is a journey of choice making. Explore ANZ's agile transformation from the lens of choices for agility and their human experiences
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Finding The Heartbeat Of Your Organisation
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Just having a conversation about values can build resilience and help in finding the heartbeat of your organisation.
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Agile OWL -4 : The story of SAAB
Agile OWL 4 : A Story from SAAB
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SAAB, a military aircraft manufacturer creates organisational agility to build the most cost effective fighter jet in the world. Explore the story of how 4000+ employees join in a stand up meeting, daily.
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