In the same way as the ‘Twenty Top Fails in Executive Agile Leadership’ article, I propose here some extracts from a great article written by Patrick Kua: An Appropriate Use of Metrics.
On March 2018, Ian Mitchell published a depth and detailed post about top failures when executives do not assume their leadership responsibilities in the context of an Agile transformation.
For people who would find it TLTR (Too Long To Read), here are some extracts to get the main insights.
Pourquoi Agile est en train de conquérir le monde
En 2011, Marc Andreessen écrit dans The Wall Street Journal son célèbre essai, “Why Software Is Eating the World“, qui a créé le cliché que “chaque entreprise a besoin de devenir une entreprise informatique.” (Une mise à jour importante par Jeetu Patel sur la situation en 2016 est disponible “Software is still eating the world.”)
Did you have the opportunity to read my first notes about the MOOC ‘Becoming an Entrepreneur’ on edx.org? If you want some information about a career as an entrepreneur or about entrepreneurship activities, you may learn some practical things.
Here is now the second part, covering ‘Customers’ and ‘Designing your offer’.
Do you plan to start a career as an entrepreneur? Or do you want to know more about entrepreneurship activities?
One of the best platforms for MOOCs, edx.org, featured recently the course ‘Becoming an Entrepreneur‘. It has been designed by the MIT via its entrepreneurship program LaunchX. Here are some notes I wrote about it.
The 5 correct answers are at the end of the post. Feel free to put a comment and tell me your opinion about this (easy) quiz.
I have been working in an Agile environment for some years, and I have always felt at my ease. Why? In a short, because the 12 Agile principles are ‘common sense’ to me, I feel well and easy to understand and apply them.
Let’s take them one by one.
Source: Anglican Journal
Ce dernier billet (semaine 5) consacré au MOOC ‘Du manager Agile au designer leader‘ (ou ‘From an Agile manager to a designer leader’, il est traduit en version anglaise) a pour sujet : “Devenir un leader“.
Pour les précédentes semaines du MOOC, vous pouvez trouver mes notes concernant :
- ‘Le métier de manager’ (semaine 1)
- ‘Digitaliser le management’ (semaine 2)
- ‘Devenir Agile’ (semaine 3)
- et ‘Le manager designer’ (où il est question de Design Thinking, semaine 4)