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Succeeding within agile frameworks

Succeeding within agile frameworks

“This new framework will see whole departments transformed…” and then, two years later, very little has actually changed. Sounds familiar? Big change! High hopes! New CxO! And yet… nothing really sticks. The same is true of any business change – digital, structural, M&A, people – change doesn’t automatically work, and agile is no different. Don’t get […]

Agile is your home, look after it!

Agile is your home, look after it!

For many companies, agile is not just a temporary fix to software development problems. Agile software development has become a way of life, a place to inhabit. It is somewhere to live. However, your ‘agile living space’ will be very different depending on your attitude, If you treat it like ‘going to a hotel’ for […]

What Rugby Can Teach You about Trust in Agile Teams

What Rugby Can Teach You about Trust in Agile Teams

When I recently joined an agile team, I suddenly realized I had actually been implementing agile for a few years, just without leveraging the branding. It wasn’t until I listened to Johanna Rothman speak that it dawned on me: Not all things called agile are truly agile, and there are a lot of practices that […]

Les nouveaux challenges des organisations de demain

Les nouveaux challenges des organisations de demain

Cela fait maintenant quelques années qu’un vent nouveau souffle dans le monde du management d’entreprise. Un vent impliquant de nouveaux modes de gouvernance où motivation, implication, degrés de liberté et responsabilisation font partie du quotidien des collaborateurs, gonflant les voiles de certaines entreprises. Les notions d’autonomie et d’Agilité connaissent un fort rayonnement et tendent à […]

Eat your own dog food

Eat your own dog food

I’ve been asked many times what being agile means when you’re not an agile coach, a PO, a scrum master nor a developer but a support team member in a consulting company. Today I’m a Community Grower, something in between the Recruiter and the Business Developer: my role is to help my community grow, whether […]

Are enterprises optimized to keep the status quo for managers and experts?

Are enterprises optimized to keep the status quo for managers and experts?

Craig Larman, co-inventor of LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum), paid a visit to wemanity offices on 19th March for an agile consortium event where he presented his views on scaling agile and enterprises optimizations.   Status quo for managers and experts Craig’s session, punctuated by bad jokes he is famous for, began with examples of what could happen […]