On a sunny Edinburgh day Alan Furlong was a guest speak at the Agile Scotland spring event. Alan is a former senior HR professional, two times successful entrepreneur and a passionate advocate for the people aspects of digital transformation. At Radtac he uses his wealth of experience and authentic people skills to accelerate our transformations.
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The Times published their 'Enterprise Agilty' supplement with Raconteur on the 13th September
Once again The Times, in association with Raconteur, have run their eye over the world of Agile in their 'Enterprise Agility' supplement read by over 1 million Times readers.
This might not be the first time you have heard the words Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose, emblazoned within a blog, paraded across a slide or bellowed from the rooftops - especially for those of you that are conference junkies or Meet-up gurus. I have illustrated these three words on multiple occasions, as they are salient points rising at many conferences from the inspiring talk by Daniel Pink.
Due to the ever-growing popularity of Daniel’s renowned talk and video, my desire to share how I have been inspired by these buzzwords may rest on deaf ears. However, I will bravely continue in the hope that I can keep you engaged.
What's The Culture In Your Organisation?
Strong leadership is key to building any organisation’s culture. However, central to keeping the momentum of maintaining and improving this culture are its people. While a leader may believe their culture is one to be proud of, if the people don’t believe it will they really embrace it? Many organisations fall into this trap and the negative morale that follows often results in failure of a project, high staff turnover, lack of engagement, lack of excitement and increased complaints.
As you’ve probably guessed, today’s #InsightThursday feature will focus on company culture. How do you build one? How do you ensure it’s a culture that everyone can be proud of? Can you do this while also keeping employees engaged? What are the negative tell-tale signs you should look out for?