In November’s issue
In his extraordinary story, Dmytro Yarmak breaks the stereotypes of leadership in the army. Reflecting on a period of sudden chaos and uncertainty, Dmytro writes a first-hand account of how agile concepts have enabled him to lead his people into combat in Ukraine.
“Don’t be better. Be different” says Barry O’Reilly. Barry says one of the most interesting aspects of innovation is not trying to be better than companies that already exist – it’s recognizing how you can be different.
Evan Leybourn and Sam Laing provide research from Business Agilist Institute into how organisations organise and assign coaches for impact. Findings include how types of coaching roles are assigned across organisations.
Agile collaboration became the new normal to deal with the ever-changing demands of today’s business. Often this collaboration isn’t supported enough with an as agile contract, says Mirko Kleiner. To address this Mirko introduces the Agile Contract Manifesto.
Plus events news, academic research, and the How We Think snippet.