Tag: lean change management

14 March 2018 / Agile & Scrum
Change Management Canvases: The hidden power of the Story Telling Canvas

When teaching a Lean Change Management class, we usually let the attendees choose which of the proposed Lean Change Canvases they want to work on as a group, or several groups when the class is a bit bigger. I noticed the Story Telling Canvas was often left out, and when I asked the attendees why, they often mentioned things like: "It doesn't seem to be...

21 December 2017 / Leadership & Management
21 New Year’s Resolutions for the Change Agent

It's become somewhat of a tradition to publish our list of New Year's Resolutions around this time of the year. If you want to see what we've done in the past years, do check the New Year's Resolutions for the PO or the New Year's Resolutions for the SM! This year, let's have a look at 21 New Years Resolutions for the Change Agent! Stop...

22 November 2017 / Agile & Scrum
Change Management Impact Matrix

Ralph and I often work with teams who would like to implement Scrum or other frameworks that fit within an agile mindset. You can implement this bottom down: Management decides they would like to use Scrum as a framework. Another approach is bottom up. One or more software development teams learned about Scrum, and they decided they want to start implementing it. Implementing Scrum, or any agile...