Posts Tagged "governance"

2017 internet trends for Cloud: lock-in and governance

Jun 06 2017

Mary Meeker’s chunky presentation on 2017 Internet Trends for Cloud and much else, includes insights on the switch by companies all over the world to…

Fiscally responsible innovation

Jul 04 2015

How long will it take and how much will it cost? “Who knows” is an honest answer, if slightly flippant. The reality…

Spark the change – innovation governance

Jul 01 2014

We’ll be running a World Café event at the upcoming Spark The Change conference this week in London to explore the relationship…

Governance – Friend or Foe?

Oct 01 2012

Yesterday at the Agile Business Conference we ran an afternoon World Cafe-style workshop to re-imagine governance. Here’s the deck. Is governance focused…

Are business people ready for the transparency agile software development brings?

Jun 30 2012

Taken from Marta Jasinka’s InfoQ interview with me about No Bull. Business teams can and should go through a similar change the…

Governance – Friend or Foe?

Mar 01 2012

We’re designing a session about governance in an agile world that will explore a contrarian view of what agile governance can be.…

People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it

Dec 01 2011

Simon Sinek says, “people don’t buy what you do, they buy [because of] why you do it.” He argues that our brain…

Wake up and smell the complacency

May 01 2007

Via Ed Gibbs. A recent Gartner reports says: Wake up IT managers, you’re mediocre at best.   A sweeping generalisation? Probably. But I’ve definitely worked in places…

Self-management and self-leadership

Apr 01 2007

Via Skip Angel. A successful agile team is empowered and self-organising. To manage themselves effectively you need each person in the team to be self-managed. And because leadership is a portable…

Agile governance games

Sep 01 2006

I recently attended Jason Gorman’s session on Agile Governance, which explores the mathematical dimensions of planning techniques. I enjoyed it immensely because…