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More Change Ends Change Fatigue

Agile. DevOps. These are new ways of saying more change, more frequently. Is this good? How could it be? Not long ago, simply mentioning “more change” would be enough to set off the change-saturation and change-fatigue alarms. Probably with good reason. Change … Continue reading

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Change at DevOps Speed

Technological advances now enable a growing number of companies to release software product updates with previously unimaginable speed and frequency (see below; source: DataKitchen, 2017). For project managers and developers, Waterfall has fallen to Agile/Scrum, which is morphing into DevOps (a mash … Continue reading

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Two Things You Must Know about Transformation

Transformation sounds better than change for some reason. Cooler. Transformation may appeal more because of its implied promise of total newness. And who doesn’t like a fresh start? A makeover? A new beginning? Maybe transformation even sounds more noble than … Continue reading

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Mindfulness and the Business of Change

A parent, guardian or other familial caregiver might have provided your first instruction in mindfulness: Mind your manners! Or, often with more raw emotion, a third-grade playmate, shouting: Mind your own business! before stomping off in a huff. A less … Continue reading

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