Start Now to Shift Rapidly to Intentional Stillness!

Posted November 12, 2020 | Leadership |
Start Now to Shift Rapidly to Intentional Stillness!
How well is your company dealing with the pandemic? As the pandemic crisis deepened and all your business plans were invalidated rapidly, you probably tried to experiment and innovate at high speed. Experimenting can easily be done as an undirected action if there is no reflection happening. Only reflection allows us to come up with experiments that are based on an hypothesis (drawn from both experience and theory). Then we can innovate — by understanding how to measure the experiments in order to (in-)validate our hypothesis.
About The Author
Jutta Eckstein
Jutta Eckstein works as an independent coach, consultant, and trainer. She has helped many teams and organizations worldwide to make an Agile transition. Ms. Eckstein has unique experience in applying Agile processes within medium-sized to large distributed mission-critical projects. She is the coauthor (with John Buck) of the book Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open Space & Sociocracy: Survive & Thrive on Disruption. Other… Read More
John Buck
John Buck is President of the consultancy GovernanceAlive, LLC. He has conducted many training workshops and Sociocracy, and now BOSSA nova — Beyond Budgeting (B), Open Space (OS), Sociocracy (S), and Agile (A) — implementation projects for a variety of organizations. His clients span the globe and include plastics manufacturers, colleges and universities, long-term care facilities, cohousing groups, NGOs, and software companies. He has… Read More
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