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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.
What happens when procrastination gets the best of us?
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What happens when procrastination gets the best of us?
By Anabel Dumlao
About 20 percent of adults have regular bouts of procrastination. What happens when procrastination gets the best of us?
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Why Organizations Need to Prioritize Their Employees’ Well-Being
By Oseas Ramírez
After a year of a pandemic that has taken a physical and emotional toll on hundreds of millions of people, the elusive idea of “well-being” is more relevant than ever. Even before the pandemic, it was already a hot topic with an established multi-billion dollar industry. The need for organizations to prioritize their employees’ well-being is more present than it has ever been.
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How to Measure the Progress of Your Culture Journey
By Teryluz Andreu
Many companies begin their culture journey motivated to make big changes. While the intention of major change is there, some will lack the follow-through to sustain focus and solidify lasting change. Taking the time to measure the progress of your culture in a conscious, intentional, and continuous way is important to keep your initiatives on track.
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5 Ways to Balance Work / Life Integration
By Constanza Busto
2020 has left a trail of exhausted people, mentally drained, after coping with a year of high uncertainty. We learned to adapt by force and reinvented ourselves. But more importantly, where we developed resilience, our ability to bounce back in the face of adversity grew and as a result, we came out stronger.
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Stillness at the Core: How to Be at Your Best in Seemingly Never-Ending Uncertainty
By Fran Cherny
2021. The calendar year has changed. However, if we are expecting things to be different just because a new year has begun, we are bound to be disappointed. Practiced the following three techniques to be at your best in seemingly never-ending uncertainty.
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Empowering Change-Makers to Propel Your Culture Transformation
By Teryluz Andreu
Organizations place a lot of value on leaders who can effectively lead others through change. However, despite the importance that both leaders and organizations place on change leadership, many organizations lack an intentional strategy to help their leaders become effective change-makers.  
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