Facilitating Change in a “VUCA” World with Reimar Paschke

Today I had the pleasure of talking with experienced change facilitator Reimar Paschke. There were many gems in the conversation, but my favorite was, “By saying “no,” I got what I wanted.” Reimar tells the inspiring story behind why he said this.

Introduction and “Coming Attractions” – Podcast Episode #1

Introduction to the Agility Transformation Podcast and initial ruminations.

Negative Impacts and Unintended Consequences of Command and Control Leadership

I recently discovered a great tool for causal loop modelling of systems, called Kumu. It makes it easy to model issues and start to identify intervention levers for that thing a lot of us want – making the world a better place and having a positive impact. I decided to start on systems modelling in Kumu with a …

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Transformation Calls For Organizational Change Skills as Well As Agile Content Coaching

Today a lot of companies want agile. They know their competitors are using it for competitive advantage, and they want to keep up and excel. So they often go out and hire agile coaches. The challenge here is that while many agile coaches possess strong agile experience, they sometimes don’t have the specific skill set …

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Improv and Community Building: The Secret Ingredients for Organizational Transformation

Organizations today want transformation. They know that if they don’t constantly reinvent themselves, they die. This is a very different vision of the successful organization, than say, the commonly held idea of a strong company from the 1960s. Picture IBM. A strong company in the 1960s was a company like IBM, who had all of …

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