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Addressing the “Always On” Fatigue of Remote and Hybrid Working with Asynchronous Communication “I miss working in the office, at least I was able to clock-off and mind my own business at the end of the day. But this last … Read More
David Marquet’s “Blue & Red Work” Red Work: Doing Time We continue to be haunted by the ghosts of Taylorism (“Scientific Management,” 1911), and the decades of promoting the human side of the enterprise, learning organizations and reflective leadership show … Read More
Watch on YouTube Learn How To Do Design Thinking + Scrum Transcript In doing so, first, I’d like to take us back to remind ourselves why we do agile. Okay, so that was level 1 explanation, why agile. Now on … Read More
Stuck with a customer challenge? No problem, let’s visualize it. Sharing my Rapid Design Thinking Template that I frequently use in individual and team coaching sessions. Rapidly going through the sequence of empathizing with the customer, defining the problem and … Read More
Learn Scrum the right way! This is a one hour fifty minute condensed version of my otherwise one day Scrum Crash Course that I give to leaders and teams that are about to embark on a Scrum product development journey. … Read More
Practicing Empiricism in Learning Interventions As learning professionals, we coach, train, consult and facilitate our client teams to measure their activities and create feedback loops so that they can adapt and iterate to learn. We call it empiricism or evidenced … Read More
Join us at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13940775 Dear members of the Agile Organization Development Practitioner’s Community, thank you for joining and welcome to our place of mutual professional learning and growth. In the spirit of practicing what we preach, I’ll start with the … Read More