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Monthly Archives: May 2016


Cracking the Agility Code: Agile-Principles for Non-Agile Leaders (Pivoting to Agile Mindsets, Skillsets and Toolsets)

Cracking the Agility Code:  Agile-Principles for Non-Agile Leaders (Pivoting to Agile Mindsets, Skillsets and Toolsets)

Aligned with the title of my new book, which I am researching and writing presently, this is my new favorite topic for keynotes, workshops and facilitated sessions with CEOs, Executives and their teams.  I leverage stories, examples and case-studies from  my diverse leadership career. VUCA In an accelerating VUCA world (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity), which is increasingly time-compressed, cracking the code ... Read More »


Don’t Be an Eastern Airlines!

Don’t Be an Eastern Airlines!

When I speak to groups of CEOs and senior executives about agility all over the world, I bring it down to the bottom line by finishing with the story of Eastern Airlines Flight 401 December 29th 1972.  My book starts with this story (download Free E-Book in right-hand sidebar) and here is the extract: Extract from Chapter 1 of My ... Read More »


Fixing Bulbs AND Flying the Plane!

Fixing Bulbs AND Flying the Plane!

Agile Leaders understand that sustained success requires an AND-Proposition of working “in” your business/journey and “on” your business/journey all at the same time.  Unfortunately, that day in that cockpit that Eastern Airlines Flight 401 crew forgot that, paying the ultimate price. Their leadership presence lapsed from Agile to Fragile. What’s Your Leadership Presence?  Agile or Fragile? To be an Agile leadership ... Read More »