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https://www.infoq.com/podcasts/positive-organisational-design/ In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Kevin Callahan about positive organisational design and organisations as complex systems. Key Takeaways Positive organisation development starts with areas where you are strong and builds on [...]
Advanced Product Ownership Agile Uprising's Troy Lightfoot and Colleen Johnson invited Interaction Agility Principal Kevin Callahan to join them for a chat about the critical importance of shipping over planning in complex contexts. In some ways this [...]
Advanced Product Ownership Agile Uprising's Troy Lightfoot invited Interaction Agility Principal Kevin Callahan to join him for a chat about advanced product ownership. It is a difficult topic to cover even in a multi-day training, let alone [...]
The Action Domain of David Kantor’s Four Player model provides an additional layer of guidance to discern alignment between a conversation’s stages (the “how”) and content (the “what”). We can learn to recognize signs and signals when such alignment is [...]
Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory ELT provides a map of how people prefer to interact with each other and the world; what the theory considers learning situations. Each perspective is a sort of mental window or filter that is used [...]
Working in teams can be incredibly rewarding, though also is often a source of frustration. With a small amount of information and effort informing a more effective conversation around our communication preferences, we can quickly and easily drastically change the [...]