You Don't Need to Change. Survival is Optional
The title refers to a quote attributed to W. Edwards Deming.
Today there's general consensus - and a lot of noise - about the need for change. Still, organizations are having a hard time with change. Most change initiatives fail. Sometimes it's just a matter of lack of will to change. Sometimes organizations just don't even understand why or what they have to change.
Change is often believed to be magically reachable designing new processes on paper, possibly paying huge amounts of money to consultants.
The talk introduces the Kanban Method (not to be confused with the Kanban Tool) as an evolutionary approach to managing change and as a way to build a learning and adapting organization.
Gaetano Mazzanti a KCP from the Lean Kanban University
Dec. 15, 2017
Jan Barnes joining agile42 as an Agile coach in the Canada team
Dec. 5, 2017
Video of Mike Freislich interview with Klaus Leopold on the Lean Business Agility podcast
Nov. 29, 2017
A new article in German magazine it-daily.net
Nov. 27, 2017
Insights from TAC2017: Why do agile transformations fail? Identify whether your team or organization falls into the same pitfalls.