Agile methods on their own don’t stick; add in culture, trust and leadership and then you stand a chance
Developing an agile culture
We come from a humanist angle when we assist organisations in implementing Agile; it starts with people not tools and methods.
It starts with bringing in agilist mindsets and behaviours to start a cultural reinvention; that is what makes the agile methodologies really stick
Leading with agility
For leaders and managers accepting that curve balls are the ‘new normal’ is the first step to thriving and seeing opportunities. It is not just about cultivating a different mindset or working differently, it’s about creating a new way of being.
When only the start point is certain, leaders need to be brave and step out into the void trusting that they can work it out together with their team. More than this leaders need to be able to embrace emergent practices and say, “I don’t know exactly how we are going to reach our destination, but we’ll figure it out together.”
Mastering an agile mindset & behaviours
In a dog-eat-dog, mega-fast world, the way we think and act needs to be nimble and flexible.
Agile is not a buzzword but a way of being and behaving that can be a springboard to growth and excellence in your organisation. Become an agilist as we guide you through the shifts you need to make in your daily practices and behaviours.
Setting up agile teams
In an interconnected economy, businesses need to excel at adapting to unexpected disruptions.
Structures need to be nimble and fast-acting.
Where organisations have implemented the following they have found huge benefits; small teams, self-reflection, transparent communication and obsessive customer-centricity.