Agile Coaches are key transformation agents when organizations look to pivot from traditional ways of working to Agile methods. Such transformations are sponsored by organizations for various reasons — competitive pressure, low employee engagement, as part of digital...
The word bureaucracy instantly invokes negative emotions in people. Most connect it to something slow or inefficient. Indeed, as Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini say in their 2018 HBR article, "Bureaucracy has few fans." But then, the question is - why do organizations...
A recent viral post on LinkedIn about a leading Indian low-cost airline highlighted what a lack of ownership culture could do to your brand. We discuss the case and explore how one could build organizational agility, a much-needed trait in these turbulent times, by creating a culture of ownership and accountability in their teams.
A search for the earliest published formal organization structure goes back to 1855. Yes, more than a hundred and fifty years ago! Millions of things have changed from the pre-industrial era to now. Technology has disrupted everything - how we hire, retain,...
How are Agile Transformation, Organizational Culture and Organizational Climate related? Is there a role for HR to take a proactive role in this strategic journey? Of course there is! Learn more in the concluding part of our 2 part blog.
How are Agile Transformation, Organizational Culture and Organizational Climate related? Is there a proactive role for HR organizations in this strategic shift? Of course there is! Read on to the first part of the revelation!
Often, business owners and managers voice their concerns about the lack of accountability and ownership in their teams. What can they do?
Rules and processes without common sense can only breed bureaucracy. How can leaders busts this and move from being in-control to being in-charge?
The 4x100m sprint relay record is faster than four times the 100m record and even quicker than the 400m race. How is the sum of four turns out faster than four times one?
Experiences and experiments with ‘Trust’ and ‘Communication’. This article was originally published in the February 2020 issue of #AllThingsTalent magazine powered by iimjobs.com
This pandemic has taught us, as humans, some great lessons in humility. But is this enough to truly move from profit to people?
Leading in VUCA works is a lot like like white water rafting. Strategy, planning, and execution are still crucial in business, but only till the next wave of disruption hits you.
Experiment and experience often seem to cross swords. One promises innovation while other swift execution.