In December’s issue
Sceptics and cynics have the potential to stop your change movement cold writes NOBL. But don’t despair, beneath every sceptic is a disappointed idealist.
Jeff Gothelf explains how to become a magnet for career opportunities by turning it into a pull system that constantly attracts opportunities.
Taking a one-size-fits-all approach does not optimize outcomes for the unique contexts in organized human endeavour says Jon Smart in an extract from his book Sooner Safer Happier: Antipatterns and Patterns for Business Agility.
Barry O’Reilly explains how our brains are hardwired for fear. He offers techniques, such as journaling, that can help us recognise, reflect and better handle the impact of those fears.
The Liberators report on a workshop they ran on “Maximize The Output, Or Optimize The Outcome?”. They suggest how teams can focus more on outcomes, such as considering Scrum’s pillars of empiricism: transparency, inspection, and adaptation