Posts Tagged ‘ Cutter Consortium ’

Responsible University Students in Mexico
Last Thursday evening I enjoyed a rare opportunity to talk with a group of about 120 students and faculty at Universidad Regiomontana in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The advertised title of my talk was "How to Build a Culture of Agility and Responsibility" but I choose to change my actual presentation to "Who Wants Better Results?". This isn't listed as...

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Posted on 07/03/2008 12:30 pm | No Comments
 
Mexico’s Executive Leaders Study Responsibility Redefined
Here's a short video of executive leaders in Mexico City studying Responsibility Redefined™ with me this week. The video is only 40 seconds long. At the end you'll see the Responsibility Process™ poster in Spanish... [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sHkPJhZHts[/youtube] I've been invited to Mexico City and Monterrey (a northern industrial city in the state of Nuevo Leon) many times in recent years. With...

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Posted on 06/26/2008 04:22 pm | No Comments
 
Scaling or Not, Agile Dynamics Beat Agile Mechanics Time After Time — Or, What’s Your Personal Agility Quotient?
(originally published 24 January 2008 by the Cutter Consortium Agile Email Advisor) by Christopher M. Avery, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium Activate Your Personal Agility Christopher Avery wants to be your personal agility coach. Please accept this invitation for priority access to a FREE live 70-minute tutorial "Master the Four Magical Skills that Activate Your Personal Agility. Build Any Team Any...

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Posted on 01/24/2008 03:09 pm | 8 Comments
 
Easy Executive Change
Published yesterday by The Cutter Consortium. Thanks for their permission to share it with you in it's entirety. Easy Executive Change by Christopher M. Avery, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium Want to make change a lot easier on yourself and develop a winning and happy organization at the same time? It might be easier than you think. I'll tell you how....

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Posted on 08/30/2007 12:57 pm | 2 Comments
 
Breaking Through

The monthly Agile Project Management E-Mail Advisor I write for the Boston-area think tank Cutter Consortium hit in-boxes today. It’s titled Collaborative Leadership Basics, Part 10: How Do You Get a Team to Develop a Clear and Elevating Goal? You can get any or all of Cutter’s email advisors by signing up for them. Here’s a brief excerpt from this one, then I’ll connect it to a fascinating email I received yesterday:

Posted on 05/10/2007 09:24 am | No Comments
 
Harvard Researcher Says to Innovate, Develop Ability to Respond
At the Cutter Summit yesterday morning, the opening keynoter Rob Austin, professor at Harvard Business School, presented his research on innovation, the theme of this year's summit. He's interested in the space in-between creativity research that looks at the individual make-up, and creative environments research that looks at how to create spaces where people will innovate. Rob and his team...

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Posted on 05/01/2007 10:24 am | 1 Comment
 
Stowe Boyd Suggests Blogging a Few Times a Day
I'm at the Cutter Summit in Cambridge, MA, where I arrived Sunday and will leave tomorrow. Social networking tools expert Stowe Boyd presented yesterday and inspired me—or maybe overwhelmed me—with the pace of movement toward Web 2.0 (Web 2.0 refers to a sea change involving the disaggregation of features and applications on the web). Reading Stowe's blog will help you...

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Posted on 05/01/2007 10:10 am | No Comments
 
 
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