In March 2020’s newsletter
Brittany Baker tells us about an employee engagement study conducted by the Business Agility Institute which includes eight tangible action items for improving engagement.
What makes a real stakeholder? Why that question and how to find them is revealed by Christiaan Verwijs, Johannes Schartau & Barry Overeem.
Barry O’Reilly concludes his article on why maturity models don’t work by describing a better approach that’s customised to needs and based on hypothesises related to the objectives.
The importance of storytelling and how it relates to knowledge management and institutional memory is covered by Harold Jarche.
Safe to fail requires safety, not just failure proclaims Chris Corrigan. In order to do so, Chris says an organization needs to build learning and experimentation into its operations in a context-dependent manner.
Finally, Tanner Wortham provides a guide to effective change in his Invite Over Imposition article. Tanner asserts that change isn’t hard, rather it’s an unwanted change that’s hard.
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