Category Archive: Agile Culture

Apr 26

Agile Myth: Agile is “JFDI”

Agile Fact: Agile takes discipline … Many people think that “doing” Agile is easy.  Some people mistakenly believe that Agile has a culture of JFDI (Just F***ing Do It).  The more mature protagonists and practitioners of Agility believe that Agile takes discipline to execute appropriately. It takes discipline (and often courage) to: Say no to …

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Apr 23

Overcoming a Blame Culture – Our Top 20 Suggestions

Our top 20 suggestions for things leaders can do to reverse a blame culture in their organisation

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Apr 20

If you’re transforming your organisation – don’t wait for a vision before you get started

Why having a vision isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Its better to get started on the change rather than wait for a perfect vision

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Feb 02

The Abilene Paradox – Saying Yes When We Really Mean No

Have you ever sat in a meeting or some other gathering where a decision is being made that you don’t particularly agree with. You maybe heard one of your inner voices say “wait a minute – that doesn’t feel right”. The group consensus appears to be saying “yes”, but then you maybe start to feel uncomfortable about being the sole voice who says “no”.

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Jan 20

The Agile Culture — A Definition

People are always asking what is Agile? I have a very simple definition: Agile is a culture – what do you think?

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