When great facilitators design opportunities for interaction online, it pays dividends. You must create more engagement and safety than when you worked with groups in person.
Leaders have just as much, if not more, influence on creating a culture to beat the competition and stay relevant. Build resilience, think strategically, motivate your teams, and plan for the future.
A coach friend asked me to join her online meeting this week and give feedback for how to improve engagement. You might find this useful too.
The virtual version of our popular Agile Fundamentals course represents great value and flexibility over attending in-person. Here are some great reasons to register now.
Catch up on the ones you missed. Our free webinars answer your most important questions about becoming an agile organisation, in 30-minute sessions that you can watch now.
The results of the latest State of Agile survey are in. The annual report, released on 7th May, is the 13th from the software vendor VersionOne. Over 1,300 people were surveyed, most working as Scrum Masters and internal coaches (34%), development managers (15%), and project or programme managers (11%).
Great leaders seek to understand themselves better, integrate new tools and skills, and listen to feedback. Stanford University psychology professor Carol Dweck calls this attitude of continuous learning a ‘growth mindset’.
The Executive Summary of the research report ‘Succeeding with Agile: What Makes Agile Transformations Successful?’ Is available now.