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Agility and Moral Harassment in the Workplace

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Agility and Moral Harassment in the Workplace

In this post, we’re going to talk about hostile work environments for individuals, and how agility plays an important role in breaking the patterns that foster moral harassment. What exactly would constitute a threat in the workplace? Losing your job? Losing your salary? Disliking the work that you do? Being treated harshly? Some examples Some… Read more »

Agile Marketing Mindset

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Agile Marketing Mindset

Imagine an extensive and detailed marketing plan that took months to complete. Pages and pages of reports, full of charts and analyses. Financial projections and deadlines. All exactly as prescribed in traditional business planning methods. This is the mindset that many of us learned, and that is still very widespread. But are such detailed and… Read more »

Digital Transformation

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Digital Transformation is the redefinition of the products and services a company offers to fully leverage the opportunities generated by the constantly evolving digital technologies, blurring the digital and physical worlds and changing how it connects with its customers and creates value for them. The most successful startups today were born with a Digital DNA…. Read more »

P.O. Surprised in the Review? Now what?

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I often hear the following statement in my classes: “At the Sprint Review meeting, the Product Owner accepts or rejects the product increment developed by the team during the Sprint.” Every time I hear this, I stop what we’re doing and start a good conversation with the students to set everything straight. Having worked as… Read more »

How far does Agility go?

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It is usually difficult to map the border between what is agile and what isn’t. Making this border clear is important to answer various questions: How much progress is an organization making regarding Agility? What are the points that team needs to improve? What is the next knowledge an individual should acquire on Agile methods?… Read more »

How to Balance Short-, Medium- and Long-term Horizons

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Horizons

My friend Paulo Caroli wrote in his blog about a project that K21 carried out for a large client. The service provided was inspired by McKinsey’s horizons nomenclature. McKinsey’s planning horizons: H1: Short-term horizon. This is the dedication to the business that currently pays your bills. H2: Medium-term horizon. Companies have to allocate part of… Read more »

Retrospective with Management 3.0: Moving Motivators

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The dynamics of Moving Motivators, by Jurgen Appelo, father of Management 3.0, helps managers to learn more about what motivates their team members. Jurgen’s idea while creating this exercise was to provide a tool to reflect on individual motivation and see how organizational change is affecting them.   The Moving Motivators The exercise is simple…. Read more »