Minibook: The Landscape of enterprise agile transformations

Author: Piotr Trojanowski

Published: Jun 6th, 2020

There is an ongoing discussion in the Agile community about the Spotify model and the rationale for copying it. The discussion goes as far as saying: “There is no Spotify model, there is only the snapshot Spotify culture”. This statement seems to have become the fragile consensus and the equilibrium state for many Agilists. In parallel, there also exists physical evidence that the entity called the “Spotify model” exists. Starting off from this widely known motif I share my personal experience with Enterprise Agile Transformations.


Effective vs Aspirational Zone of Influence of Agile Community

Author: Piotr Trojanowski

Published: Jun 21st, 2020

Hey, the global Agile Community, it is time to reflect how we have been investing our efforts and admit that we have been missing out a lot of unexplored potential for a bigger change in the dominating style of ways of working of today's companies. Free yourself from your comfort zone and zoom out your perspective for a minute!

Read this short article and enjoy the ready to use image (CC: BY+NC+SA).

Webinar: Culture is read only

Author: Mariusz Kreft

Duration: 81 min, Published: May 2nd, 2020

Why are many approaches of cultural transformation failing? Why do even the best intentions of leaders feel unauthentic to employees? Why is it so difficult to get the working crowd aligned and drive towards making the organisation future proof?

Change journeys need a holistic approach. It's an orchestration of leadership, practices, structures and the right incentives. But what music to play and who is the conductor?

Course: Evolution of workplace and Future of work

Author: Piotr Trojanowski

Published: 3rd April 2020

This is a paid course on the evolution of workplace and also discussing possible future of work based on the current landscape. Published on Udemy.com. Check out the current promotion here.

Webinar: Evolution of workplace and Future of Work

Author: Piotr Trojanowski

Duration: 6m 46s, Published: Apr 24th, 2020

The webinar provokes a human-centric view on the evolution of work and evolution of the purpose of work. It helps you out of the hamster wheel of the single loop learning and encourages a deeper reflection on the purpose of business. It summarizes the evolution of work in recent decades and the state of Agility at the end of 2010s.

The questions we will be asking ourselves today are: ​​​​​​​How the workplace evolved within recent decades and what is there to come?

Obstacles to Agile adoption and Aspiration for 2020s

Author: Piotr Trojanowski

Duration: 6m 46s

Published: Mar 29th, 2020

Webinar: Why our organisational leadership still sucks?

Author: Douglas Talbot

Duration: 46 min, Published: Jun 25th, 2020

Systems theory is 80 years old, Deming's work is over 50 years old, the evolution at Toyota many decades old. XP, Scrum, Crystal clear and others are 25+ years, the Agile manifesto almost 20, User experience 25+, DevOps 10+, Lean startup almost 10, Psychological Safety from Project Aristotle and Dan Pink's Drive 10+. So ... Why do we seem to be making so little progress implementing decades old truths? What might be next if we've been stagnant for 10 years? and ... Why are organisations still such dysfunctional ecosystems? Why are we still debating and worrying about how to write a Story? Why are so many leaders struggling to create awesome organisations?

Webinar: A systemic approach to seizing Opportunities

Author: Chris Daniel

Duration: 60 min, Published: Jul 13th, 2020

Many seem to believe that successful people differ from those less fortunate ones. Surely, they must do something special, something unique, which others do not understand. We want to be like Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates or late Steve Jobs, and we trust that there is a secret we can learn, and become successful, too. The situation is not different on the corporate level.

I look for an answer for a fundamental challenge: 'How to find the thing that I/my team/my company should do to make matters better?' In the course of the session, we will compare approaches outlined by Taleb, Wardley and Snowden. We will show convergences and divergences. Besides, almost by accident, we will dive deep into uncertainty, as it is the generator of both risks and opportunities, the true spiritus movens of our world.

Webinar: Visualising the WHY - Strategy & Roadmaps

Author: Craig Cockburn

Duration: 69 mins, Published: Jun 24th, 2020

Most strategy dialogues end up with executives talking at cross-purposes because...nobody knows exactly what is meant by vision and strategy, and no two people ever quite agree on which topics belong where' (Geoffrey Moore Escape Velocity). In his presentation Craig will incorporate thinking from Simon Wardley and visualisation practice to ensure the why of movement is visible and understood so that teams have context and can align more easily to a shared understanding of strategic intent and tactical moves.