Your organization is on the path towards greater agility. All aspects of an organization can benefit from greater agility, and this includes your approach to human resources. Your approach to appraisals, the relationships that project managers have with other team members, the way that you recruit, and even the way that you refer to people all change in an agile manner. In this webinar PMI’s Scott Ambler interviews Pierre Neis, Agile HR and Agile Transformation expert.
Personal Agility is a tool to help you to manage your life. It is the mirror to face your daily life and start to improve it towards the goals you set up.
In the community, people are repeating the intention of that new version like making scrum more accessible to a larger community. I have to say, they failed.
Too often the job description for agile coaches are just wrong.
And sometimes, you find something interesting.
Agile has evolved from a set of tools and methods to become more agile to a specific organizational setup, allowing great interactions of individuals.
AO cannot be considered a method or a process; it is a set of tools guiding the change from a rigid top-down structure to an organic and empirical organization. A continuous organization becomes a bottom-up key.
In these COVID-19 times, anxiety and fear are freezing our ability to respond to any threats or opportunities in our business environment. We are in surviving times where our reptilian brain takes over rationality. Stopping the engine instead of moving forward sounds to be the only action feasible. Brain and guts, reflection and action areContinue reading “Decision making in the New Normal”
In July, I started a conversation with Scott Ambler about how the agile way might address Human Ressources.
Working on several projects and facilitation, I was each time confused about how professionals are addressing emotions.
Everyone has to be happy, enthusiastic, nice and gentle. Loud people even jokers and rude people are contained. Under the umbrella of “be yourself”, that yourself sounds more and more to be “like I expect from you to behave”.
Requisite Agility (RA) is an evolution of Requisite Organization (RO) adapted to the complexity of a global connected world. The common denominator of both RA and RO is the initial problem that RO tried to solve like “lack of effectiveness of bureaucracy within a stratified hierarchical organization” (Wikipedia) including specialization of function. Function control isContinue reading “Defining C-suite agile with Requisite Agility”