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CHOW #272: Transitioning to an Agile Leader

CHOW #272: Transitioning to an Agile Leader

Padma works as a Project Manager in the IT division of one of the reputed retail organizations. She has always been quite ambitious and loved to take risks. She was one of the go-to Managers when it comes to taking up new and complex projects. Because of her risk...

Images that Inspired a Successful Change

Images have the power to inspire. And as human beings, we connect to images and stories around those much faster than we connect to words. When I began Agile transformation with one of the business units for my client organization, I thought of using these images....
CHOW #258 – Team Working Norms

CHOW #258 – Team Working Norms

Pic Credit: Music vector created by pch.vector – www.freepik.com Sukriti had joined as a new Scrum Master for a team that worked for internal technology group of a Financial Services Organization. She had come from a products-based organization that was known in...
Systems Thinking for Organizational Change

Systems Thinking for Organizational Change

When Toyota succeeded in their change efforts and started doing roaring business during the early part of 2000s, the secret of their success pointed to be their adoption of Lean Management. Post Toyota’s success, many companies tried replicating this approach without...
CHOW#243 – Agility in HR

CHOW#243 – Agility in HR

Devina heads the HR department of a large investment bank in India. She had heard about Agile but thought that it was more of a skillset required in the IT department. Her company is in the process of undergoing Enterprise Agile Transformation and was moving in the...
CHOW #226 – Visual Cues for being Agile

CHOW #226 – Visual Cues for being Agile

Let me share one of my experiences with a Financial Organization that I was coaching last year. I was scheduled to meet one of the visiting leaders from US, Alan. He managed one of the key Business Units in the company and was known as one of the forward-looking...