In June 2019’s newsletter
Gary Poster, from Manifold, introduces us to a process which enabling individuals to make rapid autonomous decisions. A process that incorporates a level of advice from colleagues that’s proportional to the impact of the decision.
It’s common for a backlash to occur after gaining buy-in for a cultural and process change. Jeff Gothelf describes three approaches to ensure momentum continues and that those who are displaced can eventually join the transition.
There’s academic research news that examines the paradoxical tension individuals feel when a course of action is currently failing.
The difference between Scrum and Kanban boards is succinctly addressed by Karl Scotland.
Everyone Needs A Coach, writes Barry O’Reilly and Kate Leto. They explain the difference between the coach, mentor and consultant, and address the common taboos and misconceptions of coaching.
And finally, Tobias Mayer takes a somewhat wry angle on the traditional approach to scaling agile. Tobias shares an alternative approach which involves some gutting of metaphorical fish…