Curiosity Killed the Cat! But That’s What All Great Teams Need!

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An interactive session where you uncover through curiosity your values to thrive as a coach and we explore the team dimension of a psychological safe environment to teaching the art of curiosity for teams to thrive.

“Curiosity is correlated with creativity, intelligence, improved learning and memory, and problem solving” – Brene Brown

Dealing With Pandemic-Related Life Changes

Image via Pexels As the pandemic continues to affect people’s lives across the country, many of us are dealing with major life changes as a result of the illness and lockdown. With many businesses closed and the risk of transmission causing people to spend more time at home, there are plenty of challenges—and some benefits—that […]

Emergent Design/Architecture – Techniques to help emerge design/architecture

Image reference I really struggled online to find a clear definition of what Emergent Design/Architecture is, other than a couple of definitions and what one of the principles behind the Agile Manifesto says The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams. – Principles behind the Agile I’m not one to reference Wikipedia much but it […]

Agility is Everywhere

Image reference I have had this article written for a while and haven’t gone round to publishing it so I thought, better late than never. I have also not changed my language and thoughts from 2016 and I can see how I would have re-written this article differently but I’ll leave this as is, as […]

A Retrospective Idea – Formula 1 Pit Stop

View fullsize Edited image reference: Car and Driver Excitement has set in for Formula One fans around the globe with the 2017/18 championship kicking off over the weekend and as an avid F1 fan myself, I am excited too. So much so that I had developed a retrospective game around the sport a while back […]

Back To Basics

I thought I’ll launch my site with an article or two and I had a good conversation with a colleague of mine which inspired this article. Question? What does the Agile manifesto say? How many of you started responding to that question with any of the 4 values in the manifesto? i.e. “Individuals and Interactions…” […]