I’m giving my popular workshop Improving Organizational Agility as an online virtual course on March 2 and 3, 2021, in collaboration with Agile Actors #learning.
I'm giving three more agile workshops in February and March: February 23: Facilitating Remote Retrospectives March 11: Problem Solving with Agile Thinking and Practices March 16: Assessing your Agility Ticket sales is ongoing. Early bird tickets are available for some of these workshops.
I'm doing an interactive online workshop where you can learn how to assess your agility to take the next steps on your agile journey. Join me on February 12 for this live online workshop.
I'm giving two live online agile workshops: Problem Solving with Agile Thinking and Practices on January 27 & Assessing your Agility on February 12.
In this third article in the series on sustainable change, my suggestion that we should stop trying to change organizations that aren't willing to change. Instead, let's give our energy to organizations that truly want to improve and help them succeed.
The Italian editions of the Agile Self-assessment Game and Expansion Packs, Gioco di autovalutazione agile, have been released. Big thanks go to Fabio Armani for translating the game which makes it available to the Italian-speaking agile community!
In this second article in the series on sustainable change, I'll show how I've used a kanban-based approach to manage change initiatives. This resulted in a continuous flow of improvements that were absorbed by the organization, leading to lasting results.
I'm returning to DevOpsCon Berlin to do a session on Assessing Agility with Gamification on October 14, 2020.
I'm updating my Agile Coaching Tools to support using them in virtual teams by adding images of coaching cards and playing elements. You can download all Agile Coaching Tools for a nominal fee in my webshop.
How much change can your organization absorb? It's probably less than what you would expect or hope for. Let's stop overloading organizations with change, instead allow sustainable change to happen, and foster change instead of imposing it.