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  • Build Respect in Organizations, Not Families, Part 2

    I wrote about treating each other with respect in Organizations Are Not Families, Part 1. In these respect posts, I’ll address possible ways we can treat each other with respect. These are not the only ways. You might have better ideas than I do. Please do comment if you’ve seen alter...

    Tags: management, MPD, culture, respect, servant leadership, trust

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  • Build Respect in Organizations, Not Families, Part 4

    I started this series positing that respect is the cornerstone for how we might treat each other, to manage our interactions with success, especially in light of the #MeToo conversation. The series so far is: Organizations Are Not Families, Part 1. Why the metaphor of family-as-org demeans the pe...

    Tags: management, MPD, cultural fit, culture, hiring, Hiring Geeks That Fit, respect, servant leadership, trust

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  • Families vs Organizations and Organizational Culture, Part 6

    I’m (finally!) circling back around to Joe Berkowitz’s statement: There is no template for how to be a good man in the #MeToo era. I said that respect provided that template. (And, we can say “good people” instead of only men because abuse of power is not limited to men. S...

    Tags: management, MPD, culture, hiring, relationship, respect, romance at work, servant leadership, trust

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  • What are Current Leader-Development Systems Lacking?

    This month, David Veech published a very interesting new book called Leadersights: Creating Great Leaders Who Create Great Workplaces. This book addresses an important need: How organizations can create a leader-development system that defines, builds, and reinforces critical leader behaviors. Wh...

    Tags: David Veech, leadership, Leadersights: Creating Great Leaders Who Create Great Workplaces, organizational change, organizational culture, servant leadership, standardized work, toyota production system

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  • Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 5: Learning to Learn

    To summarize: your agile transformation is stuck. You’ve thought about your why, as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 1: Define Your Why. You’ve started to measure possibilities. You have an idea of who you might talk with as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 2: Wh...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile transition, coaching, influence, leadership, learning, power, project success, risks, servant leadership, systems thinking

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  • Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 4: Determining Next Steps

    To summarize: your agile transformation is stuck. You’ve thought about your why, as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 1: Define Your Why. You’ve started to measure possibilities. You have an idea of who you might talk with as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 2: Wh...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile transition, coaching, influence, leadership, learning, power, project success, risks, servant leadership, systems thinking

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  • Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 3: How to Create Allies

    To summarize: your agile transformation is stuck. You’ve thought about your why, as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 1: Define Your Why. You’ve started to measure possibilities. You have an idea of who you might talk with as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 2: Wh...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile transition, coaching, influence, leadership, learning, power, project success, risks, servant leadership, systems thinking

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  • Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 2: Who to Approach

    To summarize: your agile transformation is stuck. You’ve thought about your why, as in Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 1: Define Your Why.  You have some idea for measurements. Maybe you’ve even started to measure to capture the data. Now, it’s time to talk to peop...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile transition, coaching, influence, leadership, learning, power, project success, risks, servant leadership, systems thinking

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  • Becoming an Agile Leader, Part 1: Define Your Why

    Your agile transformation isn’t proceeding the way you thought. People use the right agile words, but they’re not changing how they work. Teams aren’t collaborating, managers still talk about “resources,” and the projects aren’t delivering finished value. ...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile transition, coaching, influence, leadership, learning, power, project success, risks, servant leadership, systems thinking

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  • Agile Leadership Newsletters Posted

    If you only read my blog, you might not know I publish a monthly newsletter, the Pragmatic Manager. The last two issues have been on agile leadership. Take a look at Being An Agile Leader and Own Your Leadership, Part 1. Those newsletters in addition to this 5-part series culminati...

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