There is much the Agile Community can learn from the Change and Organizational Development communities, and vice-versa. In this podcast we explore how to use the best ideas from these communities in order to help people in organizations keep up with the pace of change in today’s creative world. Want to be on the show? Contact me!
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In October 2015 National Leasing started a big change. A year later they shared their progress on this blog. In this episode, I talk with them about what happened now that the change program has been completed.
We underestimate the importance of psychological safety, and meaningful conversations when it comes to running our organizations. In this episode, Jerry Koch-Gonzalez explains the 3 structures of sociocracy, why organizations are choosing it, how they’re getting stuck, and what’s getting them past those sticking points.
I was fortunate to be interviewed by Ro Gorrell and Charlotte Mawle for their upcoming Change Ignition podcast. In this episode we talk about simple solutions for integrating change management and agile teams, as well as how letting go as a change agent helps you keep your sanity, and helps people realize you’re there to help, not to push change on them.
The Guiding Coalition – Kotter’s 2nd step…but it is an outdated concept in change management or merely executed poorly by organizations? On this week’s podcast, I’m joined by enterprise agile coach, Ty Crockett where we debate the pros and cons of centralized change teams.
In EP4, Eric Lynn and I talked about changing culture and the concept of ‘buy in’. A few people had their own thoughts about these topics! This episode is a response to EP4.
This week’s podcast features Eric Lynn, founder of Culture Q’s. We discuss culture change via conversations, whether you can measure culture and more!
This week we feature a rebuttal of Episode 1 with Paul Gibbons. What did people think of the 1st show? Have a listen as we debate pop psychology, agile and OD and more!
This episode features Salah Elleithy, Agile Coach, Trainer and founder of Spark Agility. Salah joined an open session with me at Agile 2015 where myself and a few other people tried out a technique called The Hot Seat.
Salah recently tried this out with a client and in this episode we chat about why he wanted to try it, how he did it and what happened.