Culture

Agile Experiments & Assumptions
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How can we learn to identify and work with assumptions? This post offers a few clues in spotting assumptions hidden in plain sight. The secret it turns out is to really focus on conversations.
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Forget Your Goals
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The modern day accords goals an outsized degree of importance and diminishes the process of getting to the goals.
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The Spirit Of Day 1
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I notice that I keep coming back to the spirit of Day One whenever I am at a crossroad!
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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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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 Team Goals
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What happens when a team does not know 'what' it needs to do and 'by when'? This edition explores how team goals help Agile teams collaborate
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Agile Helps Teams Say No And Focus Better
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When everything is important nothing is important. Leaders at Vistaprint realised they had given their teams 80+ priority areas. Find out how they used Agile to help teams say No and meet key deliverables sustainably.
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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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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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