Sinopsis

This podcast is about how change agents can modernize their approaches for helping organizations transform with agile, lean, and lean startup practices.

Episodios

  • Management 3.0 with Ralph van Rosmalen 17 April 2020

    Management 3.0 with Ralph van Rosmalen 17 April 2020

    26/04/2020 Duración: 39min

    Management 3.0 - Manage the System , not the People

  • Agility in HR with Pia-Maria 18 March 2020

    Agility in HR with Pia-Maria 18 March 2020

    27/03/2020 Duración: 58min

    Agility in HR with Pia-Maria 18 March 2020 by Sarika Kharbanda

  • POC With Lisette 13 March 2020

    POC With Lisette 13 March 2020

    16/03/2020 Duración: 48min

    How to be a high performing distributed team?

  • Lessons in Lean Change Management after 6 years, 300 workshops and 5000+ attendees with Jason Little

    Lessons in Lean Change Management after 6 years, 300 workshops and 5000+ attendees with Jason Little

    27/02/2020 Duración: 58min

    Lessons in Lean Change Management after 6 years, 300 workshops and 5000+ attendees with Jason Little

  • #2 The Agile Online Summit with Tom Henricksen - A Virtual Perspective

    #2 The Agile Online Summit with Tom Henricksen - A Virtual Perspective

    30/09/2019 Duración: 42min

    A virtual conference: Perspectives with Tom Henricksen

  • #1 Why Perspectives Of Change

    #1 Why Perspectives Of Change

    05/02/2019 Duración: 14min

    Sometimes we forget that our perspective as change agents is one of many. This show is dedicated to exploring how to nudge change forward by understanding and valuing multiple perspectives.

  • #17 - Lean Change Professional with Joao Gama

    #17 - Lean Change Professional with Joao Gama

    08/01/2018 Duración: 43min

    Joao and I sit down to chat about the new Lean Change Professional workshop, what's similar and different between it and the original Lean Change Agent, how it came to be and who it's for.

  • #9 Society’s Effect on Organizational Change

    #9 Society’s Effect on Organizational Change

    13/09/2017 Duración: 48min

    10 years ago you’d be laughed out of the building if you used words like love and vulnerability in the boardroom. Today, there seems to be a trend towards stripping away the noise as leaders understand that meaningful change isn’t going to happen through the $4 million worth of buzzword-filled documents that big consulting firms like to deliver. From the ineffectiveness of the carrot and stick method, to the effect that societal change has on our organizations, Paul Gibbons, who helped launch the first podcast, is back to restart the podcast along with a Modern Change video channel.

  • #5 - The Great Culture Debate Rebuttal

    #5 - The Great Culture Debate Rebuttal

    13/09/2017 Duración: 36min

    In this episode, Mathias Gorf, Patrick Verdonk and Peter Rubarth debate the points raised by Eric and I during Episode 4: - the concept of getting people to ‘buy in’ to your change - intentionally changing, and measuring culture - how to preserve your existing culture during growth - whether ‘chief culture officers’ are a good idea or not

  • #16 - Debugging Bureaucracy

    #16 - Debugging Bureaucracy

    13/09/2017 Duración: 44min

    In this podcast, we hand over the hosting reigns to Lean Change Facilitator Richard Atherton - one of the leaders of Lean Change in the UK. Richard first discovered Venkataraman on LinkedIn in 2016 and was attracted to his incisive writing on organisations. In this episode they explore: What do we mean by bureaucracy? How do we “debug bureaucracy”? What’s the meaning and value of “working out loud”? Venky and Richard recommend the following if you’d like to dive deeper on bureaucracy: David Graeber's The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy Neil Postman's Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology Pournelle's Iron Law of Bureaucracy You can find more of Venky’s writing at LinkedIn, especially Debugging Bureaucracy and the Voldemort Effect.

  • #15 - Living Through a SAFe Rollout

    #15 - Living Through a SAFe Rollout

    07/03/2017 Duración: 55min

    Most of the stories we hear about agile transformation, or a rollout of , it’s from someone selling something, or from the consultants, or leaders who were responsible for the rollout itself. I haven’t seen very many (any?) stories from people who were employees of the organization who had to figure out how to work within the method when they didn’t really have a say in how and why it was brought in. This podcast features Ryan Latta, who was a developer on a team, and Sean Melody, who was a chief architect at the time their organization brought in SAFe. The purpose of this podcast is to understand the difference in perspective about a change that was decided upon that people affected had no real say in. In this instance SAFe is the trigger for change, so this podcast isn’t about debating whether or not SAFe is good idea, or how it works. We chat about what the reaction was like, how the teams adjusted, what problems they ran into and how they dealt with them.

  • #14 - Meaningful Change at National Leasing

    #14 - Meaningful Change at National Leasing

    28/02/2017 Duración: 34min

    This week’s podcast, and video chat, closed the chapter of the book! Jill and I explore: how did you get started with your change canvases? how did people react to formalizing change management for the first time? how deep did you go while exploring who was affected? has IT change gotten easier because we’re used to software changing all the time? how did operational readiness happen? how did visualizing the change help? what outcomes did you get, and what were the lessons learned?

  • #12 - Agile Change Management with Richard Atherton

    #12 - Agile Change Management with Richard Atherton

    22/02/2017 Duración: 32min

    Nowadays, the word agile has baggage. Despite the amount of information out there, some still think agile means no planning, no process, and no documents. If you feel you have an agile mindset, it can be extremely difficult to work with those who “don’t get it”. If you look at the 4 values and 12 principles, agile is simple, and it’s not about the methods, or frameworks, or certifications, it’s about how organizations can figure out more effective ways to manage work and people. Some organizations will have more process than others, some organizations will use sticky notes, others will use tools. A friend of mine once said, “Agile helps people learn how to think in their own context”.

  • #13 - Sociocracy with Jerry Koch-Gonzalez

    #13 - Sociocracy with Jerry Koch-Gonzalez

    15/02/2017 Duración: 41min

    We underestimate the importance of psychological safety, and meaningful conversations when it comes to running our organizations. In this episode, Jerry Koch-Gonzalez explains the 3 structures of sociocracy, why organizations are choosing it, how they’re getting stuck, and what’s getting them past those sticking points. Our topics include: - what is sociocracy, and what are the 3 structures of sociocracy? - why are organizations choosing sociocracy?1 - do organizations see sociocracy as a process or an intentional shift in culture? - are some organizations predisposed to this way of working? - challenges organizations have with sociocracy and how they overcome them. - the importance of psychological safety - what do people who don’t like sociocracy do? Do they opt-out? Do they eventually come around?

  • #11 - Brains and Ears

    #11 - Brains and Ears

    06/02/2017 Duración: 34min

    There are more change frameworks out there than you can shake a stick at. We all have our favourites, but how necessary are they? We know change is hard, and we know the debates about why change fails have been circular over the last decade or perhaps longer. Yet here we are, inventing, and reinventing more frameworks, best practices, and standards in the hopes that will fix what isn’t working. What if we relied on our brains and ears instead of boxes on a PowerPoint? This week’s podcast features Lean Change Agent Facilitators Ro Gorrell and Charlotte Mawle. Our topics include: - The ‘Brains and Ears’ approach to change - The perception that Agile is chaos - Breaking verticle and horizontal boundaries on the org chart - How those new to change can avoid getting sucked into framework bias

  • #10 - How Organizational Change Mimics Social Movements

    #10 - How Organizational Change Mimics Social Movements

    19/01/2017 Duración: 41min

    In 2001, the Agile Manifesto was created and along with it, a movement for a better way to build software. Since then over 40 methods, tools, frameworks and more have been created as the software world learned that 4 values and 12 principles alone were not enough. 16 years later, and some feel that we need to take Agile back from the bureaucratic organizations. For every movement, there is a counter-movement and this week’s podcast features Ryan Lockard of Agile Uprising. Our topics include: - how Agile Uprising came to be - how the ‘take agile back’ movement compares to the original agile movement - is change resistance a thing? - becoming too attached to the change as a change agent - focusing on meaningful change over models and process

  • #8 - Letting Go of Control

    #8 - Letting Go of Control

    24/11/2016 Duración: 47min

    I was fortunate to be interviewed by Ro Gorrell and Charlotte Mawle for their upcoming Change Ignition podcast. In this episode we talk about simple solutions for integrating change management and agile teams, as well as how letting go as a change agent helps you keep your sanity, and helps people realize you’re there to help, not to push change on them.

  • #7 - The Happy Melly Ecosystem with Elizabeth Plouffe

    #7 - The Happy Melly Ecosystem with Elizabeth Plouffe

    12/10/2016 Duración: 29min

    I was recently interviewed by Elizabeth Plouffe on her Across the Desk podcast. This is a re-broadcast of her podcast! In this episode we talk about the Happy Melly ecosystem is helping people understand the importance of workplace happiness, how we can focus on understanding what in our system is affected when we want to introduce change and more! We also talk about the upcoming Happy Melly Exploration Day which is the first in-person Happy Melly event worldwide! The Lean Change Management podcast will be back in 2017 while I focus on other stuff for the remainder of 2016.

  • #6 - Are Centralized Change Teams a Good Idea?

    #6 - Are Centralized Change Teams a Good Idea?

    07/03/2016 Duración: 38min

    Topics I explore with Ty Crockett: - experiences working with centralized Agile transformation teams - is the ‘guiding coalition’ an outdated concept? - what alternatives exist? - how has Kotter’s 2nd step been mis-interpreted

  • #4 - The Great Organizational Culture Debate

    #4 - The Great Organizational Culture Debate

    24/10/2015 Duración: 30min

    In this episode, Eric Lynn, founder of Culture Q’s, and I discuss culture, including whether or not you can measure it and why the approach some companies take is the wrong way to do it. This episode was recorded at #DareFest in Belgium so I apologize for the audio as I didn’t have my studio mic with me! If you’re interested in being part of the followup conversation, contact me!

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