Seeking Self-Sustaining Change Through HR

Posted June 13, 2019 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence
Self-Sustaining Change

Agile is never done. Without a conscious commitment to sustaining new ways of working, teams can fall back into old habits. Plus, staff turnover or growth brings in individuals who weren’t part of the original shared commitments. Naysayers find evidence that something’s not working — one more reason to subvert change.

About The Author
Taralee Brady
Taralee Brady empowers people to be extraordinary as they learn, grow, and do the best work of their career. She is formerly Director of Learning & Development at GoDaddy and Senior Director of Talent & Organizational Development at Scrum Alliance. Ms. Brady earned her master’s of science degree in leadership and organizational development from the University of Texas at Dallas, is a certified Senior Professional in HR, and an Associate… Read More
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