Category Archives: Organizational agility

I HATE Transparency!!!

When I work with clients to help them transform towards higher organizational agility, I get lots of negative reactions to agile key principles. To many, these principles seem counter intuitive to their current way of working. But what disturbs the … Continue reading

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It’s all about change and change is here to stay

Happy New Year and welcome 2017 with all the change that it may bring! 2016 has gone almost too quickly. I have been absorbed in a couple of big organizational agile transformations, and change has certainly happened there. Going from a traditional mindset to … Continue reading

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Scaled agile frameworks and methods? Don’t waste your time and money in an attempt to make the unworkable work

It has been a while since I have had a chance to write on my blog, and have I missed it! You may be a busy person too and want to go directly to my latest article on TechBeacon about why … Continue reading

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Sådan gør Kanban livet som projektleder lettere

If you wish to read this article in English, please go to TechBeacon: http://bit.ly/Knbn4PM IT-projekter er pr. definition komplekse, og det er være IT-projektleder (PL) er en mangefacetteret og svær rolle at udfylde godt. Du leder teams, styrer budgetter, kontrakter, … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget These 3 Factors when You Go Agile

When organizations decide to adopt agile, this is what often happens: You are so keen on your decision to go agile, you may even have top management buy-in, but in the hype of the agile transformation, you forget to consider … Continue reading

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The Top 4 Manager Contributions to Successful Agile Implementations

Lately, I blogged about management behavior that will make or break a robust agile implementation. I mentioned that agile transformations are only likely to succeed if heavily supported by the management. It is a prerequisite for a robust agile implementation that managers … Continue reading

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Management Behavior that Will Make or Break a Robust Agile Implementation

A couple of months ago the following statement was made at a conference by a business manager: “We want better projects, so the management of our company has decided that everyone will start working agile from January 2015”. I was puzzled. Very puzzled. Did … Continue reading

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