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.
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If what’s really important in agile development are mindset and culture, how do we get others to come along with us and identify the right areas to change? Changing your organisation structure helps, to a point.
We get questions all the time in our courses about whether all projects should be delivered as Agile Projects. Should everyone be agile? Should everyone have Scrum teams? Get your questions answered here.
Agile leadership uses facilitation and coaching conversations to support the team. The project manager coordinates at a high level and leaves the detailed solution planning to the team.
This webinar Get the Most from Scrum, will help you think about the value of using the Scrum framework and what it takes to get the most from your Scrum teams.
New Workshop: Influencing Culture Change, a half-day workshop in London for leaders who want the benefits of an agile culture. Delivered by the Future Focus coaches at the Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London.
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’.