Powerful change models for Agile Teams: John Kotter vs. The Change journey Pyramid

ARTICLE  Powerful change models for Agile Teams: John Kotter vs. The Change journey Pyramid By Irena P. Krivosheeva In this article, Irena P. Krivosheeva analyzes, through one of her personal experiences, two powerful change models and how they can bring value to a company’s teams. Agile teams, or teams that have recently adopted Scrum,  face […]

Interview with Sunil Mundra, author of the book on Enterprise Agility

AUDIO INTERVIEW  Interview with Sunil Mundra, author of the book on Enterprise Agility BY: ERICH R. BÜHLER, SUNIL MUNDRA  This is an essential interview for any professional trying to understand how change works in organizations. Sunil Mundra is the author of the book Enterprise Agility, and was interviewed by our director Erich R. Bühler, author […]

Towards Collaborative Robots as Intelligent Co-workers in Human-Robot Joint Tasks

ARTICLE  Towards Collaborative Robots as Intelligent Co-workers in Human-Robot Joint Tasks. BY: Ana Cunhaa,c, Flora Ferreirab, Emanuel Sousaa, Luís Louroc, Paulo Vicentec, Sérgio Monteiroc, Wolfram Erlhagenb, and Estela Bichoc Recently there has been an increasing demand for collaborative robots able to interact and cooperate with people in several human environments, sharing physical space, and working […]

Understanding Business Value

ARTICLE Understanding Business Value BY: Flt.Lt. M. Sridhar Chakravarthi   It was a regular Tuesday of a routine week. After taking care of the routine activities and a few daily stand ups, a few of the scrum masters and Agile coaches joined for a quick lunch. After the typical cribbing about the unreasonable POs and customers, the […]

Leadership Styles

ARTICLE Leadership Styles By: Trimble, Joseph Langford, Sara; California State Polytechnic University Pomona, PSY/SOC Thompson, Joshua; Western Washington University Camp, James Leadership has been a topic of contentious debate since the time of the ancient philosophers. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries a number of leadership theories have been advanced.  The Great Man Theory gives […]

Mental Agility – the Foundation for Every Change in the Organization

Mental Agility–the Foundation for Every Change in the Organization INTERVIEW TO ERICH R. BÜHLER BY RENATA  PUSZKIEL, PMI Strefa Magazine  You have been accompanying various organizations across the globe during thetransformations towards business agility.What do you find so exciting about thechange that you decided to choose sucha career?Let me go back in time… my first […]

Organizational Psychology

Lets talk about organizational psychology BY: Merih Arikkök ARTICLE  If you are an organizational coach, you should’t miss this extremelly insightful article The purpose of this essay is to explore what organizational psychology is, where it takes it roots from, how it evolved and where it is going. It does not contain all subject areas […]

Dealing with Psychopaths and Narcissists during Agile Change

ARTICLE Dealing with Psychopaths and Narcissists during Agile Change  ARTICLE BY: ERICH R. BÜHLER  Key Takeaways Psychopathic or narcissistic toxic employees can slow down the adoption of change Psychopaths don’t have emotions like you; most of the feelings you see on these people are simulated to manipulate you and those around you Change consultants need […]

Untangling Agile Government: On the Dual Necessities of Structure and Agility

ANALYSIS Untangling Agile Government On the Dual Necessities of Structure and Agility BY: Keegan Mcbride, Maximilian Kupi, Joanna J Bryson Agility has become a common term when it comes to today’s discourse on digitalization and government transformation. There is a widely held view that governmental bureaucracy with its laws, regulations, institutions, and ‘red tape’ is […]

Psychological Factors for Organizational Health​

RESEARCH Psychological Factors for Organizational Health By: Javeria BaigNg, Ng Kim-Soon, Naima Andleeb (Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development 10) Psychological contract violation has been considered a phenomenon which incorporates a wide range of behavioral responses. This study examined psychological contract violation and organizational cynicism relationship that takes a systematic view in which […]