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Auspicious Agile – Leadership Series Holocracy, Management 3.0, and Sociocracy

This week’s Auspicious Agile video blog takes a look at Holocracy and Management 3.0. These are two popular Agile leadership and Agile Management techniques.   Cryptocurrency Exchange Referral Links: Coinbase Referral Link – https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a65f06dff064a02ff965d09 (using this link will give you a

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Posted in Agile Adoption, agile business, Agile Framework, Agile Leadership, Agile Manager, Book, Holocracy, Management 3.0, Sociocracy

Agile “Growth” Mindset, Does it Really Matter?

What is Growth “Agile” Mindset, and does it really matter? Have you been involved in an Agile transformation or initiative. Was the “Growth” mindset present or missing? In today’s Auspicious Agile video we take a look at how important “mindset”

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, Agile Framework, Agile Manager, agile methodology, Business Agility, Carol Dweck, Collaboration, Innovation, Leadership, Learning, Mindset, Modern Agile, Psychology, Scrum

SAFE Agile Contracts

This week’s Auspicious Agile video blog takes a look at the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) approach to Agile contracts.  This blog is a continuation of the series on Agile contracts. The first blog post in this series can be found

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, agile business, agile enterprise, Agile Framework, Agile Manager, Agile Project Manager, Agile Scaling, Budget, contracts, Finance, SAFe, Scrum, Software Development

The Best Agile Manager I Ever Worked For

As we continue to explore Agile leadership, today I want to talk about the best Agile Manager that I ever worked for. It was several years ago, and I was working as part of a group that did custom software

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, Agile Manager, agile methodology, Agile Teams, Opinion, Scrum, Servant Leadership, Uncategorized

Are there really no managers in Scrum?

Teaching classes over the past few weeks the question of what role managers have in Scrum has come up several times.  In answering these questions I mentioned that Scrum describes three primary roles – ScrumMaster, Product Owner, and Team.  However,

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, agile enterprise, Agile Manager, Agile Teams, Scrum

To Lead is Agile

Attending the Scrum Alliance Regional Scrum Gathering in Shanghai (www.scrumgathering.cn) this week the opening Key Note by Harvey Wheaton from Scrum Alliance addressed the role of leaders in Agile. Historically there has been the perception that managers and leaders do

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, agile business, Agile Manager, Agile Teams, Community of Practice, Leadership, Scrum, Servant Leadership

The Director that loved to shuffle his Agile Team

At a multi-national entertainment company that had adopted Agile at a large scale ($1 billion USD program, with ~500 developers plus shared services teams) I worked with the Director of a group that was adopting Agile.  The Director was a

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