Being Agile is part of the journey from old, hierarchical cultures to newer, more Agile Cultures. This evolution of cultures was given a series of colours by Laloux in his book, Reinventing Organisations.
Part of what we do at Deeply Agile is to help organisations, teams and individuals shift through Red, Amber & Orange cultures into Green and Teal cultures.
I have been working with Servant Leadership as a 3-day immersion workshop for over 2 years. The workshop is powerful as it takes participants into one of the most persistent Agile Blind Spot, who I show up and the impact I have on Flow. It has been hard to adjust a winning recipe, but as […]
We Live in a Culture of Small – No Greatness Allowed. I know this because of how I am corrected by those around me when I do something that exceeds them. I am put in my place. I live embarrassed of who and how I am knowing there is something wrong with me. I live […]
What are we really saying when we start using the phrase ‘roles & responsibilities’ ? This is a phrase that crops up a lot, especially in the beginning of an agile transformation. Strongly unilateral, un-agile, hierarchical organisations and cultures are built on roles. Roles tell people what to do and when! Roles also tell us […]
What happens when as a facilitator you find yourself being challenged by a delegate who is trying their best to control the conversation and force their perspective of what is right into the space ? This is a question I get asked a lot by delegates who live with this every day, however I seldom […]