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AGILE TRANSFORMATION COACHING

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“Stop acting so small.”

– RUMI

UPCOMING PODCASTS AND GUESTS

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POWER AND AGILE: A CONVERSATION WITH AUTHOR JULIE DIAMOND

In this podcast, Julie and Kelly discuss the role of power and its ethical, authentic, and effective use in agile. We get into cutting-edge psychological theory, story-telling and examples from Julie's experience leadership coach and consultant. 

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LIBERATING STRUCTURES WITH ANNA JACKSON, PRINCIPAL, ALPINISTA CONSULTING

What does org change look like from a Person-centered and social justice perspective? And what bearing could that have on the ways companies go about organizing their agile transformations? In this podcast, we meet Anna Jackson, practitioner of Liberating Structures. I'm very excited to talk with her and explore applications to agile transformations. Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn microstructures that enhance relational coordination and trust. They quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone. Liberating Structures are a disruptive innovation that can replace more controlling or constraining approaches.

EXPLORE WHAT'S POSSIBLE: YOUR AGILE JOURNEY

Agile transformation initiatives sometimes come with a perception that agile and transformation are limited to process change. Companies invest millions in revamping processes...only to find out that in order to reap the benefits of agile, more is entailed: culture, behavior change, de-siloing, restructuring, but above all, courage, risk-taking, open-heartedness and sense of curiosity combined with an environments that are both safe and courageous, fostering shifts in ways of working, relating and being. The visible, positive impacts on the bottom line become the natural outgrowths of these deeper shifts.  

VIRTUAL AGILE COFFEE

Munich - Dec 2018 - Annual "F-Up" Night

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