Agile transformation
Agile transformation: Making time for time

There’s a full-blown discussion going on about the success factors in agile transformation. Keynotes, blogs and entire books have been written on the topic. The abundance of tips and explanations on how to successfully make people, teams and enterprises agile is overwhelming. In my view, there is one essential ingredient missing:

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Don’t get lost in agile transformation! A travel guide to agility.

In my daily work I often find companies lost in the jungle of agility. What was supposed to be a transformation journey sometimes turns into a bad trip. On their way to agility, travelers experience feelings like homesickness (a longing for the good old world) or rejection, states that aren’t even remotely agile.

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A Plaidoyer for Quick Wins

Transforming entire companies has become a la mode. The motto is to quickly adapt to new environments with maximum flexibility and agility. The prevalent maxim is to think big.

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[Translate to English:] Eva Ayberk - Friendly Fire
HR, Agility and Friendly Fires

Friendly Fire is an attack by a military force on their own forces, or allied or neutral forces, while attempting to attack the enemy. Fortunately, this life-threatening form of assault is relatively rare in the business world. In the context of agile transformation, however, friendly fires do occur, and they can be dangerous. Find out how to avoid friendly fires in your own camp.

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Eva Ayberk - Und sie dreht sich doch! Blogartikel
And yet it moves!

5 astronomical tips for a paradigm shift in your company

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Just agile. No hype.

There has clearly been a hype when it comes to agility and agile work. Find out how this hype started and how to effectively utilize agile methods for your company without buying into the hype.

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Change management is dead. We need change platforms!

We’ve all read the dire statistics proving the failure of change programs. 50 to 70 % of change programs are said to be unsuccessful. Nonetheless, there seems to be an incessant run on comprehensive change initiatives.

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