Blog

My thoughts about evolutive training in modern companies

The cognitive domain (knowledge) has always been the focus of traditional education. The consequence is that we have transferred it to companies as the way we should teach or learn in there. We generally believe that the main reason for providing training in organizations is for people to have or "store" more knowledge. However, this… Continue reading My thoughts about evolutive training in modern companies

What your mum didn’t tell you about empathy and the financial impact on business

I was having dinner in a restaurant in Phuket (island in the south of Thailand) yesterday, when a little girl between 8 and 10 years old approached my table to sell flowers. My answer was a resounding no. How was it possible to say no despite having a high level of empathy with children? I… Continue reading What your mum didn’t tell you about empathy and the financial impact on business

Dealing with psychopaths during Agile change

What do we do with psychopathic people during a business change?  Many Agile consultants believe that coaching works with most people. But this is not the case if the candidate is a psychopath. Because change professionals don’t know about these individuals, they don’t know how to deal with them either.  If you’re still reading, it’s because you want to… Continue reading Dealing with psychopaths during Agile change

Leading Exponential Change Business Tour in Asia, Spain, and Latin America

In the coming weeks I will be starting the Leading Exponential Change Company's Tour, visiting organizations from various regions of the world. The idea is to talk for 1 hour about how you implement Scrum and embrace agility in your company, and at the end of our talk, I give you a copy of my… Continue reading Leading Exponential Change Business Tour in Asia, Spain, and Latin America