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The Lloyd Parry Blog

How the blame game ruins adaptive cultures in command and control environments

Working with adaptive teams embedded within command and control organizations, I’ve noticed an unfortunate and entirely unnecessary phenomenon.

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Redefining success with Adaptability a sea change for some organisations

When working with clients as they strive to build more adaptable organisations, I’ve found that it often takes time to realign their view of IT to fit the new dynamic. It’s almost like learning a...

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Organisational transformation: handle with care

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When middleware becomes muddleware

How many times have you fixed something with an improvised solution? Probably more often than you might guess. It’s amazing how useful a paperclip or safety pin can be when repurposed to hold...

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Adaptability is the new core competency

It used to be that management skills were passed along from superiors, well aware of how an organization worked based on established institutional knowledge. The formula was simple:  Take past...

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Stephen Parry to brew up some agile in Gothenburg

There are roughly two parts to my work in Agile and Adaptiveness. One is working with organisations on transformation. The other is recharging my creative batteries by engaging with colleagues and...

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The change agent’s dilemma: should I stay or should I go?

When working with an organisation on an Adaptive transformation, one of the most important decisions has to do with who is going to be the change agent.

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How to do Shared Services the right - LEAN - way

So you’ve got duplicate internal services in your organisation. Simple enough to just share them with others in the company, right?

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Making your talent valuable is the best organisational talent strategy

When working on an Adaptive-Lean transformation with an organisation, we look at their management, their leaders, their talent. What we’ve found that when it comes to recruitment, far too many look...

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Ten police officers and one man with a baseball bat: a Lean story

A few years back when we were working with a UK police force on a Lean transformation project, we put some staff from the IT department in police cruisers with officers for ride-alongs.

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