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Proximal Decision Making Model

I was recently interviewed by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast about The Proximal Decision Making Model. Here is the interview: Click here to listen to this interview right now: Here is what Cornelius writes about the interview: Decision making in project management can be hard. That is of course especially true if your [...]

The Ultimate Guide to Leadership Teams

You're only as good as your direct reports. Here's how to build a senior leadership team that makes breakthrough contributions to your business. The CIO of the future is the one whose senior IT team creates breakthroughs in its industry. How do CIOs build a senior leadership team of this caliber? The confidence to create breakthrough [...]

Interviewed on PM-Podcast Episode 363: Supportive Leadership (Free) #PMOT

I was recently interviewed by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast about Supportive Leadership. Here is the interview: Click here to listen to this interview right now: Here is what Cornelius writes about the interview: Have you heard of supportive leadership? I certainly had not. I knew what servant leadership was, but the concept [...]

By | 2016-10-25T16:20:16+00:00 July 31st, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Diagnosing Organizational Dysfunction

When you encounter a problem in your organization, what do you do? This filter model will help you take a methodical rather than haphazard approach to diagnosing your organizational dysfunction.

By | 2016-10-25T16:20:16+00:00 May 12th, 2015|agile, leadership, management, organizations, People, teams|0 Comments

Do you really need agility?

Is an agile approach always the right answer? Are there times when the more traditional, sequential, also known as waterfall, approach makes sense? How do you decide if you really need agility?

By | 2016-10-25T16:20:16+00:00 March 20th, 2015|agile|0 Comments

Lean Agile Coach as Technical Specialist

Coach as: Technical Specialist An education coach who is being a curriculum (Technical) specialist is focusing on the WHAT of teaching not the HOW. This coach is acting as a content expert.  Maybe they have 20 years of teaching 14th Century English literature.  I would want to tap this person if I was teaching 14th [...]

By | 2016-10-25T16:20:16+00:00 December 15th, 2014|agile, coaching|0 Comments