The VSPT leadership framework from West Point is simple and it is from the 1990s. Understanding how to use this framework will revolutionize your approach to leadership.
Implementing Flow using the Friction Analysis
The Flow Friction Analysis is simple. And it is one of the few ways in any framework, anywhere, that can identify friction.
Implementing Flow using the Four Whys
The Four Whys are simple. Simple is NOT easy! Flow helps you Focus and Deliver in a language the leadership understands.
Implementing Flow using the Four Lenses
Flow Leadership is simple. Simple is NOT easy! If it were, everyone would be doing it.
Gratitude, Attitude, Aptitude and Altitude
Zig Ziglar taught in his training seminars (and books, tapes and videos) that “your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.”
Reflections on a Boss
Recently a friend of mine that also works with Flow, Fin Goulding, was reflecting on why some bosses he had in the past were great (and others not so great).
Is Brand Extension Diluting Agile and Scrum?
Is Brand Extension Diluting Agile and Scrum and has it already set the stage for it’s own demise? Is there a risk that these both will go the same way as 7 Up and sink into the abyss of irrelevance?
Yellow belts are most dangerous
Much of today’s Agile thinking is based on Eastern Religion and Philosophy. Western Religion and Philosophy is equally, or more, valid.
Measuring Culture using Friction Analysis
Recently I attended the Business Agility Europe conference. One of the best questions raised, so far, was “how do you measure culture?”
Blast from the Past – Ted leading the Flow Ball exercise
Getting a head start on the week by sharing Monday’s post now.