Much of today’s Agile thinking is based on Eastern Religion and Philosophy. Western Religion and Philosophy is equally, or more, valid.
Recently I attended the Business Agility Europe conference. One of the best questions raised, so far, was “how do you measure culture?”
Getting a head start on the week by sharing Monday’s post now.
Anyone that has worked with Agile for any length of time will have encountered the Ikigai (pronounced “icky-guy”). At the end of this post you will see an example of a canvas that you can use to do your own Ikigai exercise.
The Four Lenses in Flow permeate everything that we do and simple isn’t easy! Here’s an example of the Four Lenses in a “London Tube” format.
With today’s video we are completing the Voices of Flow series (31 parts). Today’s video is a webinar with Hans Gillior and me (Bonus Video #2 – Surviving Scaled Agile).
The registration links for the Accelerating Business Performance webinars (for EMEA and the Americas) on Friday, 29 October are available below.
We have completed the 18 tiles included in the Flow Leadership Framework. And we now have two videos (today’s and tomorrow’s) to go and today’s video will be a teach-back by Hans Gillior (Bonus Video – Flow Leadership Services).
We have completed the 18 tiles included in the Flow Leadership Framework. But we have three videos to go and today’s video will be a teach-back by me (Flow Mapped to Teal Thinking and Flow in a Nutshell).
Today’s video features Brandon Shrum, who is one of our Flow Certified Trainers. He is teaching back Tile 18 (Team Health Checks).