In October 2019’s newsletter
So You Want to Fix Something? asks John Cutler. He suggests that if you’re going to advocate for something, advocate for building the continuous improvement muscle.
The Corporate Rebels provides five best practices for distributed decision-making including altering language to use active phrases to imply intentionality and ownership.
Seth Godin questions if you’re a bottleneck, and suggests figuring out which part of a process truly benefits from your judgement and skill.
Bucking the trend, Barry Overeem explains why, back in 2016, he chose to change his title from Agile Coach to Scrum Master.
Following the recently published Business Agility Report, SolutionsIQ, writes about the three indicators for better business agility outcomes.
The Liberators provides guidance on how to use Liberating Structures to handle group conflict.
Finally, there’s a cartoon illustration from João Reis about stopping to push movements.