If you are asking for support or buy-in, you have already given up your power. If you are leading change, you need to lead from a position of power. It’s not about title, anyone can do it. Here’s how.
When your process exposes underlying dysfunction, you can either change the process or deal with the dysfunction. Which will you choose?
An organization that values busyness will never innovate. If you want to innovate you need to make space for it.
As humans we are conditioned to use our experience as a lens to view and evaluate new things. How can we shift our lens to let new ideas in?
How can we make change when the prisoners are also the jailers? Middle managers could be the key.
I hear a lot of Agilists throwing stones at Agile teams that are not doing “perfect” Agile. Let’s put an end to this, and respect everyone for where they are on their journey.
Have companies simply recycled old management ideas and called them ‘Agile’? And does it matter what we call it if it’s working?