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Getting Nuts with Innovation: Embedding Innovation in Your Organization
By Nelson Granja
Embedding innovation into an organization requires collaboration and asking for help. It's not a job that can be done alone.
Balance Between Agility and Inclusion
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Leading Inclusively: The Balance Between Agility and Inclusion
By Teryluz Andreu
We expect leaders to move quickly and decisively, demonstrating agility when responding to challenging situations and emerging opportunities. At the same time, they are expected to foster a culture where every person feels valued, included, and connected. How can we manage the balance between agility and inclusion?
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Can Meetings Drive a More Inclusive Team Culture?
By Teryluz Andreu
It's true that high levels of inclusion are necessary for diversity practices to positively impact and develop trust in groups, but an inclusive team culture is generated by everyday interactions. Any one of us can experience the benefits of inclusion and the detriments of exclusion at any time.
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Developing an Innovation Mindset
By Constanza Busto
Transforming a business requires shifting our perception about how we see and understand reality. We need to update our own operating system and cultivate an innovation mindset.
Making Effective Conscious Decisions
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Making Effective Conscious Decisions
By Fran Cherny
The average adult makes about 35,000 conscious decisions daily (Sahakian & LaBuzetta, 2013). Considering the amount of time we spend on this, have you ever stopped to think how you could be more effective at making conscious decisions?
Is Agile Shaping Your Culture by Accident or by Design
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Is Agile Shaping Your Culture by Accident or by Design? (Part 3 of 3)
By Anabel Dumlao
In this article, we share the specific challenges we experienced when launching an Agile Leadership Program and the top lessons we learned alongside the participants and sponsors of this journey.
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Is Agile Shaping Your Culture by Accident or by Design? (Part 2 of 3)
By Anabel Dumlao
At Axialent, we deliberately expose and analyze 'the gap' before we intervene. We call it the 'From-To'. It helps us gain a deep understanding of the problem and empathize with our clients as we embark on co-designing the solution with them. In this second article, we share our thinking around the principles that informed our approach to this Agile leadership journey.
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Why Doing Agile is Not Enough
By Nelson Granja
Doing agile is challenging but being agile is transformative. Where is the right place to start? There is no one right answer. But first things first. What is the difference between doing agile and being agile?
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Is Agile Shaping Your Culture by Accident or by Design? (Part 1 of 3)
By Anabel Dumlao
At Axialent, our expertise lies in helping organizations build the cultures they require, in light of their business strategy, and develop their leaders to be living proxies of that culture. In the last two decades, agile has emerged as an unstoppable practice among organizations, and it is changing their cultures. The question for us is: are you managing the resulting culture change intentionally? Is agile shaping your culture by accident or by design?
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Why I was wrong about my innovation mindset
By Nelson Granja
When I decided to focus my career on helping organizations innovate, I also set out to develop my “Innovation Mindset.” For me, this meant not being afraid to try new things, takings risks, and doing my best to be creative.
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