"Two men looked out of the prison bars. One saw the mud the other saw the stars" is a famous quote by Dale Carnegie. Have you noticed how two people can…
If the only learning which leads to behavioural change is Self discovered and Self-appropriated learning, how can you use this concept in the workplace…
Learning is a cognitive process that takes place in social context. Agile helps us weave in group learning into the ways of working in teams and…
What happens when a team does not clearly know and agree to 'what' it must do 'by when'? Read this post to explore more on how team goals create…
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Have you dreaded performance appraisals, both as leaders, managers and employees. This post overlays performance appraisals onto work and explores the…
Guest post by Kavi Arasu, Principal Flyntrok
The dominant belief is that HR processes do not lend themselves to experimentation due to compliance and sensitivity issues. Explore how a firm…
When everything is important nothing is important. Leaders at Vistaprint realised they had given their teams 80+ priority areas. Find out how they used…
Much of the stress that people feel does not come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they start. Find out how leaders at…
Agile mindsets and methodologies help leaders empower their teams to make decisions. They do this through experiments and iterations. Read the story of…
The not so obvious ingredient Agile creates in teams? Trust. Read more to find out how and why it is important.
Teams have a tendency to get overwhelmed when so many changes. Here is a story of how the Technology team in PayPal leveraged the power of small wins to…