See the list of recent blog posts on agile leadership, high performing teams and ownership.
How Can Agile Leaders Create the Right Context for Ownership
The core responsibility of the agile leader is creating the right context for the agile teams so they can thrive and self-manage. One of the characteristics of this context is all about ownership. In my book ‘Agile Leadership Toolkit’ I dedicate a whole part to this important topic.
Tags: Ownership, Leadership
It's time to learn the missing metric
Over the past years I have been looking for a metric that could indicate the agility of an organization. After a study of the more common metrics used for products and management reports, I couldn’t really find a metric that indicates the level of agility.
Tags: Business Agility
Why habits are hard to break and 3 ways to make it easier
It’s not easy to change habits. For many of us, New Year’s resolutions are an opportune way to do so. We make resolutions at the start of the year - to be healthier, kinder, spend more time with family, or other such goals. Unfortunately however, those promises are hard to keep. Generally, by February, 80% of resolutions are already broken.
Tags: Culture, Habits, Improve
Leading self managing teams - 3 practical tips to make it work
To succeed in fast-changing, dynamic markets, organizations must be increasingly flexible and adaptive. Self-managing teams are a key tool in creating such organizations. The design and agility of these teams enables them to respond quickly to evolving market situations, while improving employee engagement and effectiveness. The question is; how should we lead these teams? What are the key focus areas and what do they need – not only to succeed – but to thrive?
Tags: Ownership, Leadership, Self managing teams, Practical