“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence – it is to act with yesterday’s logic.”
– Peter Drucker
“The rate of change is not going to slow down anytime soon. If anything, competition in most industries will probably speed up even more in the next few decades.”
– John P. Kotter, Professor of Leadership at Harvard Business School, New York Times best selling author.
This episode is focused on leaders driving culture change. Jeff Hallett, an agile coach and consultant knows that leaders are keenly aware of how they set the standard and drive culture in an organization and how they need to be sure we are driving cultures of transparency, openness, and inclusiveness. When they do so, they can then fully harness the creative power of the entire team. This is particularly true in organizations that claim to be Agile and talk about having a learning culture and being innovative. They must create an environment where people can safely express ideas and “fail forward” as both are critical and can be fragile to maintain.
Questions Jeff answers in this podcast:
- What purpose, values and vision do you have for SUCCESS in your life and work?
- How would you describe barriers (particularly in relationships with others) that prevent you from fulfilling your vision fully or at all?
- What internal processes (mindsets, philosophies and practices) drive, inspire and help you and those you lead to be effective in your life and work?
- Is there anything in particular you want to make sure is a focus of this interview or anything else you’d like to say to our listening audience?
Episode Guest: Jeff Hallett, Independent Principle Agile Coach
My guest today is Jeff Hallett. Jeff has a 30+ year career in medical and healthcare technology holding a variety of positions in engineering, process and program management, product management, and Agile/LEAN organizational transformation. Jeff’s personal interests and hobbies include music, cooking, and consumption of books, movies, and other media content.
Keywords: agile, agility, agile transformation
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