In June 2020’s newsletter
Individuals need a Safe Space where there’s no threat, criticism or judgement writes Jem D’jelal. Individuals also need a Brave Space where they can step into the unknown where judgement and criticism are likely.
Raviv Turner explains how agile marketing can help organisations through the next recession. Raviv compares marketing in an economic upswing versus marketing in a recession, and describes the benefit of taking an agile approach to marketing.
In “What is a decision, exactly?” Chris Corrigan introduces Aporia. Aporia is a recent change to the Cynefin framework. Aporia can be described as a state of puzzlement and doubt.
Jeff Gothelf, author of Lean UX and Sense & Respond, asks if we’re managing to outcomes, how do we know we’re doing a good job? One approach Jeff suggests is to choose success criteria that make sense for customer-centricity.
Barry Overeem introduces the ‘Management in Scrum’ exercise which explores how management is an integral part of Scrum. Inventively he describes how the exercise can be used in Scrum Master interviews.
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