December 12, 2017

7 Warning Signs You’re Building the Wrong Thing and Why You Need to Slow Down

7 Warning Signs You’re Building the Wrong Thing and Why You Need to Slow Down If you have worked in a scrum team, you’ll know that often you need to slow down first to get the results you need. In this article, we share a story about a team we worked with and the 7…

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December 6, 2017

A Fresh Approach To Your Learning & Development Goals

Start the new year with a fresh approach to fulfilling your learning and development goals for 2018. Our 2018 training calendar is already packed full of new and interesting courses, plus many more to be announced over the coming weeks. To help you plan and budget for your learning and development objectives for the next…

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December 5, 2017

A Very Agile Christmas Carol

A Very Agile Christmas Carol Join us for a very Agile Christmas Carol with Charles Dickens, AWA and the Zoom-Out crew… at the AWA Christmas Meetup on the 12th December in London at WeWork Tower Bridge. This workshop, just like Dickens story, is all about self-reflection and personal transformation. It’s an opportunity for us to: LEARN from the…

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December 1, 2017

It’s About Culture, Mindset.. Leadership & Coaches Turning Up Differently

“It’s about culture, mindset.. leadership and coaches turning up differently” We caught up with Shannon Ewan, the managing director of ICAgile to talk about ICAgile’s Enterprise Agile Coaching Track.   Listen to the podcast here  

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November 30, 2017

My Top Takeaways from the Enterprise Agility Masterclass

My Top Takeaways from the Enterprise Agility Masterclass Does this story sound familiar? Enterprise A has a software development organisation and hires a bunch of people to help them adopt agile and make their teams more productive. The business case says agile will help them deliver better,  faster products, cheaper. They hire scrum masters, agile…

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November 21, 2017

Consciously Approaching Agile for Lasting High Performance

Consciously Approaching Agile for Lasting High Performance In this post, I share how to Consciously Approach Agile so we build lasting high-performance in our organizations. It’s a proven framework for creating success with Agile. Why we need a new Approach It is well understood in our industry that Agile is failing due to lack of attention…

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November 14, 2017

Step Towards a ‘One-Team’ Culture: Experiences from The Telegraph

Step Towards a ‘One-Team’ Culture: Experiences from The Telegraph “Madiba.. this rugby, is it a political calculation?” “No, it is a human calculation” – Nelson Mandela, Movie “Invictus”*   I started an initiative called “Infoshare” at the Telegraph, which has had a tremendous effect in bringing teams and departments together company-wide, creating a one-team culture….

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November 10, 2017

Enterprise Agility Masterclass – a new course by AWA

History of Agile and Organisational Change Timeline game

Enterprise Agility Masterclass – a new course by AWA   Are you working as a coach, change agent or leader in an organisation that’s moving to agile ways of working? Do any of these challenges resonate with you?: – Finding the right people of influence and engaging them in such a way that effects real change? –…

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November 8, 2017

It Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin

It Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin The Ronseal TV slogan has become a common British idiom for saying that someone or something is exactly what it claims to be.  If you want to protect smooth planed wood in a dark mahogany satin finish that won’t flake or peel and dries in one…

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November 2, 2017

Thud: Why It’s Not Failure You Should Be Afraid Of – Jeff Patton

Thud: Why it’s not failure you should be afraid of – Jeff Patton We are excited and proud to welcome Jeff Patton to speak at Adventures with Agile at Pivotal. Jeff Patton is well-known for his work in the product space and we’re honoured that he is able to join us while he is in…

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