In April’s issue
How can we design for trust? asks Paul Taylor. Paul says if we introduce some degree of ambiguity and allow people to make personal choices it gives them agency. This in turn stops them feeling powerless – and moves them closer towards a position of trust.
Abraham Maslow’s iconic pyramid of needs is one of the most famous images in the history of management studies. However, he never created it. Scott Barry Kaufman explores its origins and the problems the pyramid creates.
Karl Scotland describes three reasons why you would want to use Strategy Deployment for a transformation, and what the challenges are that it addresses.
What happens to Programs and Projects when you become a product company asks Craig Strong. Craig reasons why establishing product teams and promoting Agility doesn’t mean that projects don’t exist.
Christiaan Verwijs concludes his sobering investigation of scientific evidence on scaling frameworks, particularly SAFe®.