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Lean Business Agility E022: Managing Change in the 21st Century

In this episode of Lean Business Agility I talk to Mike Burrows about how to handle organizational change in the 21st century. An important point is that the intended change must already be visible in the change process. For example, as is often the case, agility is pushed into the organization with a project plan, milestones, and a classic roll-out, which is more than cynical. There are better ways!

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Lean Business Agility E021: Why Change is Inevitable

In this episode I talk to Mike Freislich about change and why it is inevitable for organizations to change permanently.

Mike Freislich is agile coach at agile42.

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Lean Business Agility E020: The Spotify Model

In this episode of Lean Business Agility, I talk to Cliff Hazell about the Spotify Model. What is known today as “The Spotify Model” goes back to an article from 2012 that explains how Spotify worked at the time. Since then, countless organizations have adopted this practice and “implemented” the Spotify model in the hope that the organization’s performance will improve. This is also where the problem lies and why it did not work for most of them: The practices do not make Spotify a great company but it is the constant search for a better way of working according to the motto “be the best at getting better”.

Cliff Hazell is Coach Chapter Lead at Spotify.

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Lean Business Agility E019: Business Agility @ Rewe Digital

In dieser Episode von Lean Business Agility spreche ich mit Daniel Schimera von Rewe Digital. Das Unternehmen hat ein rasantes Wachstum von sieben Mitarbeitern im Jahr 2014 auf 600 heute hingelegt. In so einer Situation sollte man es sich schon recht gut überlegen, wie das Business trotzdem noch agil am Markt agieren kann und das hat Daniel mit seinen Kollegen auch gemacht. Er erzählt, wie sich die Teams koordinieren, damit sie gemeinsam optimalen Wert für die Kunden liefern können. Ein zentrales Thema dabei ist, die Arbeiten so klein wie möglich zu schneiden.

Daniel Schimera ist Enterprise Kanban Coach bei Rewe Digital. Man kann ihn auf Twitter oder Xing finden.

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