Business agility is where an organization senses change and responds to deliver value to its customers. This is a brief look at some explorations of that idea.
My views on things that don't fit in the other categories or are thoughts that it's best not to share in other venues because they may be wrongly attributed to those organizations. Ideas expressed here are definitely mine.
Photo by Mona Eendra on Unsplash A thought crossed my mind a couple of weeks back when I saw the announcement on LinkedIn about the Business Agility Manifesto. “Oh great, another manifesto…” (Full disclosure: I played a part in creating one of those manifestos, the Declaration of Interdependence.) Then I wondered how many manifestos there are in the […]
I’m in the process of building this site out. My intent is for it to be a place to share observations and suggestions on topics not relevant for other places where I write for specific purposes. This is not intended to be a Minimum Viable Product. It is a website that is in the process […]
The Cassini Spacecraft during testing in 1996 Imagine for a moment, working on the same thing for over 20 years of your professional career only to see it end as a loss of signal from a piece of hardware over a billion miles away because you intentionally sent it careening into the object the the […]
…we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. –Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Farewell Address to the Nation The Swinging Agile Pendulum The agile community, like most other movements I suppose, has gone through several […]