ORGANIC agility Foundations Leadership and Organisation Book

8.97 (excl. VAT)

The book is primarily about coaching, but not so much about agility. We are not going to explain e.g. why it makes sense to slice large work items into smaller independent pieces, or how to choose between synchronized and unsynchronized releases. There are plenty of good books around for those purposes. We assume that all readers have adequate working knowledge of all things agile.


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ORGANIC agility Handbook

This handbook was initially created with the attendees of the ORGANIC agility Masterclasses, but has evolved to include more and more content that proved valuable to anyone who would like to know more about - organizational resilience, - how to build Leadership into the organization, - which role culture plays in an Agile transformation- how strategy can become a living artifact in every organization- and many more. But be warned. It is not intended for everyone to just pick up and read, since it is dense, but it is meant as a concise collection of theory and practice.



I am giving already five out of five to this book after having read only 18 pages. Why? Because it answers the central question I have been asking myself for over a year. Despite all my enthusiasm for Agile, I haven’t really been able to establish a complete chain of evidence on why agility, with all the aspects we live by, is so important for a company that is being forced from the outside to change. But the answer was so trivial: Only if a company practices constant change and experimentation at all levels, will it be able to react quickly to changes in its environment at the crucial moment. Maybe this was always clear to you, to me the truth just dawned upon me last night and I will include this into the All-Hands Meeting today.
Herbert D.