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Agile leadership – Handling the pressure

Agile leadership – Handling the pressure

Today, more than ever, the business environment is full of uncertainty. Many communication styles are outdated. Too many slow responses on changes that happen all the time. Such an insecure working environment creates a lot of stress and pressure. The way we lead our teams has definitely got room for improvement. Agile leadership could be very useful in those conditions.…

How to create a great team using games?

How to create a great team using games?

The game is a process that ignites creativity, both in a child and an adult person. If we “frame” game in a precise and meaningful frame, a game could impact team spirit, trust within the team, better communication, a better understanding of aspirations other team members. There are so many advantages, that question simple pop up: “Why we don’t use…

Why is drawing so powerful in 2020?

Why is drawing so powerful in 2020?

Nowadays, people are overwhelmed with information, “to do” tasks, and they are sensing that they need more time, for everything. Communication is also evolved, we are using high-tech tools, WhatsApp, Viber, SLACK … But at the end of the day, we need to simplify our communication, and we need more human interactions, too. In that sense, presenting your idea or…

How to incept the idea into someone’s brain?

How to incept the idea into someone’s brain?

Doing training and coaching over the years that question bothers me all the time. But also, I am the leader for more than twenty years and the question would be pretty the same. A team needs a visible idea to see and then team members would believe in it. I just knew somehow that picture should be an answer. But,…

5 Steps to Find $10s of Millions in Impact and Save Your Innovation Budget from Recession part 2/2

5 Steps to Find $10s of Millions in Impact and Save Your Innovation Budget from Recession part 2/2

This article is taken from MovesTheNeedle site https://www.movestheneedle.com/blog, by Brant Cooper Step 3: Repeat steps 1 and 2, but with a larger sample group. In our “100 startups in 100 days” experience, progress was not linear. Initial feedback was re-tested and reconfirmed before being exposed to the broader organization. Along the way, certain business cases became stronger based on market…

5 Steps to Find $10s of Millions in Impact and Save Your Innovation Budget from Recession part 1/2

5 Steps to Find $10s of Millions in Impact and Save Your Innovation Budget from Recession part 1/2

This article is taken from MovesTheNeedle site https://www.movestheneedle.com/blog, by Brant Cooper According to the Duke University/CFO Business Outlook survey, the longest-running and among the most respected research of financial executives, nearly half of the CFOs surveyed believe that the United States will enter a recession by the end of 2019, and 82% expect that a recession will happen by the…

Lean Innovation Examples

Lean Innovation Examples

This article is taken from MovesTheNeedle site https://www.movestheneedle.com/blog, by Brant Cooper Now that you have a better understanding of what lean innovation is, here are some examples of companies we’ve worked with who have been able to integrate these ways of working into their organizations. While they have each excelled in different areas, their results are a powerful indication that…

What is the definition of the “AGILE”?

What is the definition of the “AGILE”?

This article is taken from MovesTheNeedle site https://www.movestheneedle.com/blog, by Brant Cooper You can’t have a complete lean innovation practice without the agile component. Agile refers to a set of values noted in the Agile Manifesto and primarily refers to a company or unit being able to quickly adapt and respond to new information rather than being forced to stick to…

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