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Get Timely News and Updates Sign up here to receive publication announcements. First Name * Primary Email *   SUBSCRIBE NOW     {module Bizkniz Twitter Feed Display} From the foreword… “The Responsibility Process  offers powerful coaching. Christopher doesn’t just define the problem and then leave you with it the way some books do. He provides […]

 

Why Agile is For You and Your Team

I work with a lot of executive leadership and large organizations on culture change issues, and I often hear the question, “Should we go agile?” or “We’re thinking about going agile. What do you think, is agile for us?” My usual response is that I don’t think that’s the right question — because agile is […]

 

Jessica Soroky’s Guest Post #38: A World-Wide Army

There is a fire in people’s eyes when they are doing the thing they love, the thing that not only helps them get up in the morning but keeps them driving forward when the days get long and the nights get short. It is their craft. To me, being in a place of responsibility is […]

 

The Benefits of Radical Transparency

Christopher here: I’m pleased to welcome Alex Raymond, Founder and CEO of Kapta* as a guest blogger. Alex develops systems that promote personal responsibility and transparency at work. Now here’s Alex… We’ve all heard the expression, “The right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing.” It’s a metaphor for internal disconnect and lack […]

 

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.

 

Guest Post By Jessica Soroky: My First 365 Days in The Leadership Gift

Christopher Avery here. With pleasure I welcome Jessica Soroky as a guest blogger. Jessica impresses with commitment and wisdom beyond her years. Enjoy. It was late 2012 when the executive group I work with took a day to attend a workshop, “Leading and Coaching People to Take Responsibility and Demonstrate Ownership” with Christopher Avery. I […]

 

Agile Leadership: Bag Stuffing Lean Flow Videos – Fifth in a Series

Retrospective Here is the last of the videos of the Agile2011 Lean Flow Bag Stuffing sessions lead by agile coaches Karl Scotland and Eric Wilke. The first post provided an overview of the entire process. The second post focused on how the coach’s facilitated the team for Lean Flow Process Improvement. The third post documented metrics or what […]

 

Agile Leadership: Bag Stuffing Lean Flow Videos – Fourth in a Series

Worker Empowerment Here is another of the cool Agile2011 Lean Flow Bag Stuffing sessions lead by the agile coaching duo of Karl Scotland and Eric Wilke. The first post provided an overview of the entire process. The second post focused on how the coach’s facilitated the team for Lean Flow Process Improvement. The third post documented […]

 

Agile Leadership: Bag Stuffing Lean Flow Videos – Third in a Series

Lean Flow Process Metrics We’re documenting the inspiring and educational informal Agile2011 Lean Flow Bag Stuffing sessions lead by the agile coaching duo of Karl Scotland and Eric Wilke. The first post provided an overview of the entire process. The second post focused on how the coach’s facilitated the team for Lean Flow Process Improvement. Watch […]

 

Agile Leadership: Bag Stuffing Lean Flow Videos – Second in a Series

Facilitating Lean Flow Process Improvement Yesterday I posted the first in a series of video blogs documenting the inspiring and educational — for me — informal Agile2011 Lean Flow Bag Stuffing lead by the agile coaching duo of Karl Scotland and Eric Wilke. Yesterday’s post provided an overview of the entire process. Watch the two videos below […]

 
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