Month

November 2017

Micro & Macro Agility

You’re going through your day as you always have for so many years, you go to perform a task that requires a little extra exertion, and you fall to the floor. The presenting cause is evident to the first responders—you’ve suffered a cardiac episode. The cardiologist diagnoses you as having arteriosclerosis and schedules you for...
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Your Methodology Thinks You’re Dumb Or Why You Should Consider a Framework

I mean it – your methodology does think you’re dumb. It doesn’t trust you, doesn’t believe that you can think for yourself, and doesn’t want you to inspect and adapt based on your current circumstances. A methodology is a prescribed series of steps that must be completed to encourage the successful completion of a goal....
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Leading Organizational Change from the Middle-Out

There is a myth that organizational change, which is to say, cultural change, will be successful only if it is done top-down, led by the CEO, and has broad, if not total, buy-in. This is wrong. The most successful organizational changes occur from the middle-out, by a motivated and enlightened leader of some smaller organization...
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