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Are You Steeped in Obsolete Thinking Skills?
Blogger’s note: This piece is abstracted and reblogged from the Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, August 2012. You may not like what you are about to read. Most senior executives are steeped in a way of thinking that was already obsolete when you learned it. It’s not fair, but that’s the way it is....

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Posted on 02/28/2014 07:53 am | No Comments
 
What if Everything You’ve Been Told About Leading Change is Wrong?
Blogger's note: This piece is abstracted and reblogged from the Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, August 2012. Do you want to lead an organization that's nimble and flexible so it thrives under conditions of change, complexity, and uncertainty? Of course you do. (more…)

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Posted on 02/25/2014 12:44 pm | 8 Comments
 
A Tale of Two CIOs: One “Managed Change” While the Other Skyrocketed Productivity
Blogger's note: this piece is reblogged from The Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, July 2012. CIOs sit between a rock and hard place. On one hand, the already ridiculous pace of change continues accelerating. Then the C-suite hands down more numbers you must meet for the business to succeed. On the other...

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Posted on 02/23/2014 01:53 am | No Comments
 
Reblogged: A People Leadership Agenda for an Effective Portfolio Culture
This was posted today on the Rally blog. If you don't already follow Rally's leading software development industry coaches and executives, I recommend it. Enjoy. When Rally asked if I would bring my Agile leadership and culture-building tools to the portfolio space, I asked a question of my own: What are the greatest pain points in portfolio management around people,...

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Posted on 11/07/2013 04:27 pm | No Comments
 
 
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