Agility

Agility or agile ways of working helps to focus on delivering value to customers through collaboration and flexibility, rather than relying on rigid processes and plans. 

Consent

Permission Granted. Decision-Making with Consent

Consent – the simple act of giving permission for something to happen – is something I’ve been giving more attention to, especially since September. Thanks to the incredible insights from David Lowe and Linda Spencer in our new “The Art of Professional Coaching: Unlocking Human Potential in Business” program.  I’m approaching the program’s final stages […]

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How to inspire high-performing agile teams

How to inspire high-performing agile teams

How to inspire high-performing agile teams Are you a Scrum Master, Coach or Manager who wants to grow and inspire high-performing agile teams? Apply now for the Spring 2024 cohort of AWA’s Certified Advanced Agile Team Coach Cohort (ICE-AC) program. This is an intensive, yet supportive 7-month journey to master advanced agile coaching competencies and

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Agile Coaching Skills are Essential LinkedIn

Why Agile Coaching Skills are Essential in the Evolving World of Work

Recent reports highlight the challenges faced by organisations recruiting people who not only have technical, agile, or product-related skills but are also good problem solvers, who can resolve conflict, and collaborate. As the demand for multidisciplinary leaders grows, organisations now need people who can blend technical know-how with empathy and emotional intelligence – key attributes

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What is complexity

What is Complexity?

Complexity is a characteristic of problems or systems that are difficult to understand or solve. This is due to their many interconnected parts and unpredictable behaviour. Complex problems often have multiple possible solutions. And it can be difficult to determine which solution is best or even whether there is a solution at all. Both product

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Scrum Master Managing Team Conflict

How to Resolve and Manage Team Conflict

The Scrum Master acts as a servant leader, guiding the agile team and removing obstacles to effectiveness. Their focus is on enabling the team to work together smoothly to deliver value, by facilitating self-organisation over command and control. In this article, we will explore the role of a scrum master in resolving and managing team

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Culture of Innovation

How to Enable a Culture of Innovation

Fostering a culture of innovation has become increasingly crucial for organisations. 87% of consumers begin their shopping journey online. 84% of executives acknowledge the significance of innovation in their growth strategy (McKinsey). It is a common misconception that innovation is limited to fintech and venture-capitalist-backed startups. However, a closer examination of the top 50 innovative

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Discover the best fit for your organisation at our free upcoming event!

Are you passionate about leading change within your organisation? Want to learn from a real-world case study? Are you eager to network with like-minded professionals and expand your knowledge of enterprise change? If so, we have an exciting event coming up that you won’t want to miss! At AWA Global, we are thrilled to announce

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7 ways to use the Enterprise Change Pattern

Change is a constant factor in the business world. Organisations must therefore adapt to changes in their industry, responding quickly to customer needs, and market trends. The AWA Enterprise Change Pattern (ECP) is a proven strategy to help companies manage change effectively. In this article, we share seven ways you can use the Enterprise Change

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