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Business Agility Series #5 – Employee Experience

In a world being transformed by digital technologies, increasing transparency, and the rising demand for talented professionals with fast-changing skills, employee experience is an increasingly important dimension of competing for and engaging your workforce. In "2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends - Rewriting the rules for the digital age”: Organizational culture, engagement, and employee brand proposition remain top priorities in … Continue reading Business Agility Series #5 – Employee Experience

Questions for interviewing Scrum Masters

I contributed to a blog post on Luis Goncalves' Blog. Check it out: Scrum Master Interview Questions. The post contains hundreds of questions, some of them with just one valid option but most of them tough questions with no right or wrong answer that will make you squeeze your brain. If you are hiring Scrum Masters or … Continue reading Questions for interviewing Scrum Masters

Business Agility Series #4 – Careers and Learning

Few weeks ago I was talking with some managers about the difficulties in finding talent for their company. When I asked them “What is your answer when a candidate asks about their professional development?”, their faces turned white and the answer was “well, we don’t have an answer for such a question”. This situation is not specific … Continue reading Business Agility Series #4 – Careers and Learning

Business Agility Series #3 – Employer Brand

by Carola Morató Carola Morató is my guest blogger this week. Carola is an Employer Brander and Internal Communications specialist. She says that "a happy employee creates happy customers". Certified in Leadership Employer Brand by EB College in Australia, Master in Communication by EAE and Executive Coach (ICF). She has been working in communication for 20 years and she helps organizations … Continue reading Business Agility Series #3 – Employer Brand

Business Agility Series #2 – The Organization of the Future

High-performing organizations operate as empowered networks coordinated through culture, information systems, and talent mobility. Yet many organizations continue to operate according to industrial era models. Which means, many legacy practices, systems and semantics must be confronted and discarded before true change can take hold. Nearly 50% of surveyed companies by Deloitte are actively studying new models, … Continue reading Business Agility Series #2 – The Organization of the Future

Business Agility Series #1 – The Future of Work

As my colleague Jerónimo Palacios says, "you have no idea what digital transformation is about”. The most important aspect of Digital Transformation is people not technology. As it is for Business Agility, the topic of this post. The question is how individuals and organizations deal with technology advances and how we organize for speed, agility and adaptability … Continue reading Business Agility Series #1 – The Future of Work

Agile is a suboptimization … the next frontier is Business Agility

From the early days until now, no matter which framework or approach you use, Agile has been focused on parts of the organization. Dealing with the organization as if it was a machine with interchangeable parts. Even those frameworks, methods and methodologies that claim to be enabling Business Agility, like Enterprise Scrum or Kanban Enterprise … Continue reading Agile is a suboptimization … the next frontier is Business Agility