The State of Agile Coaching Report is announced by Evan Leybourn. The report reveals insights such as the majority of respondents earning between $50,000 and $200,000 per annum.
The great, unspoken, divide in agile, says Allan Kelly, is between those who believe the individual is all-powerful and the centre of everything, and those who believe the individual is the product of the system.
In many organizations, strategy is often lacking from the digital transformation agenda. Philippe Guenet and Nigel Thurlow provide insights into how value chains and Wardley Maps can assist.
Myles Ogilvie presents findings from the latest quarterly Business Agility Pulse Check. Findings suggest that those companies applying effective leadership patterns are in the minority. Antipatterns remain common and where present are likely to provide a headwind for successful change.
Finally, Michael Küsters offers advice to strengthen the team’s daily stand-up which avoids the tedium when keeping each other in sync.