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Planview webinar to focus on Adaptive Enterprise

Posted by Stephen Parry on Mar 28, 2017 4:17:15 AM

Since I spoke at BusinessAgility2017 in New York last month, it’s become very clear to me there is a great deal of interest from upper management in my work in creating adaptive organisations.

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Topics: Adaptability, Climetrics, Climetrics, Seminar, sense and respond, Speaking Events, innovative culture, Change Leadership, listen and adapt, Work Climate

Adaptive Enterprise: Increasing productivity with continuous planning

Posted by Stephen Parry on Mar 24, 2017 4:11:31 AM

Since I gave a presentation at Business Agility 2017 in New York in February, there’s been a definite spike in interest for my work in making organisations adaptive.

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Topics: Adaptability, Climetrics, Climetrics, sense and respond, innovative culture, Change Leadership, listen and adapt, Work Climate

Making Organisations The Best Environment For Agile Success

Posted by Stephen Parry on Dec 8, 2016 3:00:30 AM

I was at an Agile-themed conference recently as a featured speaker. But as is the often case at these events I was able to take in a lot of the other breakout and keynote sessions. Each was filled with fascinating discussions about building better teams, various techniques to move projects and organisations forward along with other related topics.

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Topics: Adaptability, Agile Review, Speaking Events, Change Leadership, listen and adapt, Work Climate

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

Posted by Stephen Parry on Dec 2, 2016 12:59:18 AM

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

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Topics: Adaptability, Climetrics, Climetrics, innovative culture, Change Leadership, listen and adapt, Work Climate

Adaptability is the new core competency

Posted by Stephen Parry on Nov 17, 2016 3:13:37 AM

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 management strategies, tweak and adjust for current realities and then manage. It’s an approach that was packaged, taught and executed with ease.

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Topics: Adaptability, Lean Methods, Methods, sense and respond, listen and adapt, Work Climate

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