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How to create outcome-oriented change

It is not what you do, it’s what you get by doing it Change is hard, especially meaningful, lasting change. We make it even harder with our default predict and plan mindset and a pre-determined menu of methodologies, practices, and tools. What would happen if we were to agree what we would like to have …

Transformational One to Ones

One to ones have the power to transform – the performance of individuals, teams, and the wider collective. This talk covers a one-to-one structure rooted in coaching practices, and how it turned a dysfunctional group into one of high performance with high levels of trust, psychological safety, and Improved agility.

Where is your Lean / Agile Sweetspot?

Especially in times or crisis, Agile is viewed as a magic pill to sort it all out. Is it? Organisations’ circumstances and needs vary, and so their aims can range from ‘keeping the lights on’ to ‘innovating to stay on top of the game’. Along this continuum, different approaches can be of benefit. Also, the …

Predictably Agile

What does it mean for an agile team to be predictable?  How could you tell how predictable an agile team is or whether they are becoming more or less predictable?  Is improving predictability even desirable for an agile team? This talk will explore these questions and more and introduce some different ways of answering them. …

Transformation, is it a thing?

If you are employed or know someone who is, you’ve probably been through an organizational or digital transformation — maybe more than one. Sometimes it feels like all we do is transform, but are these transformations a thing or just another buzzword? Greg will start from a more philosophical perspective and then explore what transformation …

Strategies that scale better than process

Why do we try to scale process, when so many other things scale so much more easily: participation, outcomes, strategy, feedback, learning, autonomy, self-organisation, leadership, and more? Starting with some of the underlying business drivers for transformation, we approach the challenges of change from a radically different perspective. Not rejecting the process frameworks or trying …

Agile Leadership in 5 (not so) easy steps

Understanding what your organisation needs of you as a team member has been well-covered, but as a manager, director or even CEO in an agile organisation, well there’s not so much info out there – and especially not from people who have done it! Agile – whether as a transformation or incremental adoption – is …

Wholeness is a lie

In the past decade, the idea of bringing one whole self to work made its way into common perception. On its face value, it’s all great. Why would we pretend that we are someone else or limit ourselves to just some aspects of our deep personalities? The argument goes that if we show more of …