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In particular for CEOs and Executives of mid-market companies and corporations. I specialize in the business agility realities and challenges you face, leveraging insights at the intersection of my experiences and research. Read More.
Here you will find a thought-leadership learning platform for you and your team to become students of agility. Pivot to an agile mindset, skillset and toolset to develop your operating system of organizational-agility, team-agility and leadership-agility. You must to prevail, survive and thrive in the chaos of increasing VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity).
My colleagues and I at Agility Consulting & Training are world leaders helping organizations go on agile transformation journeys leveraging the research-based AGILE Model. We help them leave the fragile majority who live in disorganized-chaos and for whom VUCA is full of threat to join the agile minority who live in organized-chaos for whom VUCA is full of opportunity.
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Great to be working again with my good friend Marvin Dejean who is an emerging thought-leader on design thinking, which goes hand in hand with agile-thinking: The Focused, Fast & Flexible Manifesto. In particular, we are working together with more and more Boards to help them be an AGILE Board. Read More »
With the board of a bank, after dinner, we did the Marshmallow Challenge. Everyone had a blast. The following morning we debriefed and then played the video here: Marshmallows Reveal Secrets of Agile Teamwork vs Waterfall Teamwork. They really got it, understanding how easily and unconsciously we default into “Waterfall”, burning too much time building tall spaghetti structures, without testing & verifying as ... Read More »
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