We live in a world of increasing VUCA. Not least of all just because of pure math. Think of the math involved in growing your team by adding people (here is an extract from my book – download free e-book PDF in right-hand sidebar): If two of us start a business today, we have one person-to-person conversation to manage. If we add ... Read More »
Monthly Archives: November 2015
It’s my pleasure/honor to help you become a student of agility on your journey to mastery. In this follow-up program I will help you institutionalize the agile processes/component parts of your Enterprise-Agility: Here is your Monthly Sprint #4 Tip/Tool/Technique: Agile Strategy Process (starting with The 8 Steps of Business Model Migration). Its been a few months since I spoke to your Vistage/TEC Group (or ... Read More »
I get asked some pretty complex questions surfacing the issues, challenges, problems and opportunities surrounding the core concept of agility and revealing the dimensions, layers and angles of complexity involved. On the other hand, I frequently get asked some pretty simple questions which are equally revealing. Here are a few: What is Agility? (or Leadership Agility, Team Agility, Organizational Agility, Business Agility, ... Read More »
What is Agility? Leadership Agility? Team Agility? Organizational Agility? Business Agility? Enterprise Agility?
If you Googled “What is Agility?” you will very quickly come across a lot of links about dog-agility and the athletic-agility via dictionary definitions like the one above! To get more targeted, you would need to start searching for leadership agility, team agility, organizational agility, business agility or enterprise agility. But then you will be buried in links from a ... Read More »
Like any system, agility is not the easiest thing to implement. Why? Because any systemic solution (fragility) requires a systemic solution (agility). As you recall the last time you tried to implement any kind of system (a new accounting system, a new ERP system for instance), a well implemented system doesn’t happen by accident, it happens by design! I will progressively ... Read More »
Take a guess – how many companies are there in the sharing-economy already? Let’s start counting: Uber AirBnB Lyfft hmmm … running out of steam? So therefore, we might think that the sharing-economy so far only exists of a few companies we have heard of. Correct? Wrong! There are thousands already, 99% of which we have never heard of! Read ... Read More »