"There are no managers in Agile organisations. Self-organising teams and autonomous organisations do not need managers." That's a huge misconception that I hear frequently. Many people are interested in Agile and want to see Agile, or at least the agile
"STOP TRANSFORMATION!" Familiar? Or not often enough? I have heard this refrain many times from "transformation leaders" during projects that I've worked on. Unfortunately, this is becoming a frequent occurrence as many things can go wrong during a "transformation project".
There are many reasons why the business world struggles to adapt and evolve together with the VUCA (volatility, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous) environments. These include rapid changes in technology, legislation and, more recently, medical crises such as the COVID-19 global
I get many people asking me the question: “What is Agile?” Over time, I have distilled all of my thoughts and considerations into a single simple answer: “Agile is common sense that we have forgotten or too busy to
As Agile conversations are gaining ground in the business world and beyond, I believe a firm and accurate understanding of organisational agility and Agile philosophies is crucial. With knowledge and insights that I had gained from Agile leaders and fellow
(This opinion piece by Isman Tanuri originally appeared on The Drum) “Maintaining status quo actually does inhibit you from being creative and having different approaches to solving problems in your life” – Wendy Akiyama, Tidying with Marie Kondo, episode two. By
While hi-tech adoption and digital transformation across industries are lauded and encouraged by governments, sometimes businesses fail to think through their efforts enough. Recently, our family visited the NTUC FairPrice, Singapore’s national supermarket chain, at SingPost Centre. We like this