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The Agile Bubble

Agile mishap #3: The Agile Bubble

The Agile community has turned into a self-absorbing and populistic system of people who think they know better than the rest of the world. Is this what we want to be?

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Agile Mishap #2: All frameworks are wrong but mine

Do you think we have so many Agile frameworks because there is a need for all of them? Neither do we. Could it be that personal ambitions and wealth could be a motivation factor for some of them? Let’s explore!

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Agile Mishap #1: Do it by the book!

If people claim that there is one right way of doing Agile, they are most likely wrong. This blog post is discussing the problem with dogmatic Agile implementations.

Not a collective leap but a sum of individual strides.

While the Competing Values Framework provides a valuable lens for diagnosing organisational culture, the often-overlooked appendixes unfolds as a treasure trove of pragmatic tools and frameworks for change agents looking to make real impact.

Overly use of the word Agile

What went wrong with Agile?

People claim that Agile is dead. It is not but there sure has been made many mistakes implementing Agile. This is the first of a series of blog posts about Agile mishaps.

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Developing Your Unique Leadership Style

The true essence of leadership lies not in copying someone else’s approach but in cultivating your unique style that aligns with your values and builds upon your existing strengths. In this blog post, we’ll explore the idea of crafting your leadership identity and how you can begin this journey with a 360-assessment tool called the Reflected Best Self.

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Me-dership is not Leadership Either – A Critical Lens on Idealised Leadership

In the realm of leadership, there’s a subtle transformation happening, one that often goes unnoticed – the rise of ‘Me-dership.’ This phenomenon sees leadership language being co-opted to serve personal interests. ‘Me-dership’ involves humble-bragging and self-serving claims of modesty.

A business woman calling for Agile Governance

Agile Governance – whats the difference?

Dive into Agile Governance and its role in simplifying complex organisational processes. By balancing governance with creativity, we can foster an environment where transparency and adaptability thrive.

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Agile mishap #3: The Agile Bubble

The Agile community has turned into a self-absorbing and populistic system of people who think they know better than the rest of the world. Is this what we want to be?

Agile Mishap #2: All frameworks are wrong but mine

Do you think we have so many Agile frameworks because there is a need for all of them? Neither do we. Could it be that personal ambitions and wealth could be a motivation factor for some of them? Let’s explore!

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