Unfortunately most people don't know how.
Why is this a problem?
"The only constant in life is change" - Heraclitus
- Introducing new ways of working → That's change
- New goals or Kpi's set? → Change is needed to achieve them
- Tooling like JIRA or AzureDevops brought in → You guessed it, it's change
Oh and another org restructure → Say it with me?
And yet these changes are often inflicted
- Frameworks enforced
- Goals assigned
- Yet another tool introduced to learn
One of the most powerful lessons I've learned in my 12 years in the agile domain
Invite change → Don't inflict it
When you invite people to be part of change & clearly articulate why it's needed.
- Demonstrate empathy
- Treat people like adults
- Minimise loss aversion
- Less resistance
- Greater autonomy
- You create change that lasts
- People respect and trust you more
Looking for more help with change?
Here's 3 bonus resources to help you
1. Build habits that make change sticky - Atomic Habits Cheatsheet - https://lnkd.in/eDQc9VMq
2. Co-create change with people - Experiment Canvas - https://www.virtuallyagile.co.uk/product-page/the-experiment-canvas
3. Reflect on how change is going with the Ultimate cheat sheet for Retrospectives
Looking for something else?
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