Starring: Mike Burrows. 

Leaders and managers often get a bit of a raw deal in Agile. Does it have to be that way?

The need to clearly & strategically identify, articulate, & stand for outcomes will never grow old. Neither will removing organisational impediments, freeing people to pursue purpose, and developing the next generation of (servant-)leaders

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/84-right-to-left-the-digital-leaders-guide-to-lean-and-agile/ 

Starring: Mike Burrows. 

Left to right or right to left, that is the question… Starting "from the left" with solutions, frameworks, backlogs of work items, etc is a terrible way to explain or experience Agile. Always keep the things "on the right" – needs met and outcomes realised – ahead of all else.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/84-right-to-left-the-digital-leaders-guide-to-lean-and-agile/ 

Starring: Mike Burrows. 

It is quite embarrassing that many Agile rollouts are done in Waterfall fashion… There's good in frameworks, but blindly rolling out a process framework is more a recipe for pain than a guarantee of success, especially when done at scale.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/84-right-to-left-the-digital-leaders-guide-to-lean-and-agile/ 

Starring: Mike Burrows. 

Do you have concerns that flow inside your company is stunted? To Lean's "strategic pursuit of flow" (after Modig & Åhlström), we bring from Agile a safe default assumption, that in knowledge work most failures of flow are rooted in failures of collaboration.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/84-right-to-left-the-digital-leaders-guide-to-lean-and-agile/ 

Starring: Mike Burrows. 

What makes Digital different? Success in digital means integrating delivery, development, and strategy – continuously identifying and addressing impediments to flow, alignment, and anticipation. This is clearly a learning process; a successful digital organisation is a learning organisation.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/84-right-to-left-the-digital-leaders-guide-to-lean-and-agile/ 

Starring: Judy Rees. 

What constitutes a hybrid meeting and why do they tend to be horrible? In this session Judy is exploring this topic and gives some advice on how to overcome the natural barrier that exists and how to make the meeting valuable for all attendees.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/83-remote-meetings-dont-have-to-suck

Starring: Judy Rees. 

The single biggest problem of online meetings is probably that it is so easy for people to do other things. This is a challenge you have to overcome. But there are others and Judy is touching on several in this session.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/83-remote-meetings-dont-have-to-suck

Starring: Judy Rees. 

Are you a good in-person facilitator, but don’t believe that online meetings you host can come even close? In this session Judy is providing some tricks how to use your facilitator superpowers online and how to get your attendees to contribute to the overall meeting success.

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/83-remote-meetings-dont-have-to-suck

Starring: Judy Rees. 

In this session Judy is giving some advice on what a great online meeting looks like and how one could measure the quality. If you are successful, people might even stop calling it a meeting altogether…

 

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/83-remote-meetings-dont-have-to-suck

Starring: Judy Rees. 

In this first of five sessions with Judy Rees we are discussing the reason for meetings in general and then we go a bit deeper to look at the differences and similarities between physical and remote meetings. Lastly Judy gives some important directives on how to make a remote meeting significant.

 

Read more/watch the video: https://www.xuviate.com/expander/episodes/83-remote-meetings-dont-have-to-suck

 

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