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Chris Matts
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Chris Matts 13h
With governance there is normally a “ratification” process and audit. Do the PMO audit the process or is it landed as “best practice”?
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Marcin Floryan 🇪🇺🇸🇪🇵🇱 Feb 17
"[...] the worker is responsible for their work and the leader [...] is responsible for the system. [...] Not only do they need to be present, they need to be seen actively changing the system." Thank you I concur.
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Chris Matts Feb 17
Replying to @yrke @tastapod
Would love to see the experience report. We presented ours at agile2017 but there was very little interest. It’s more of a practitioner thing.
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Chris Matts Feb 17
How long did it take you to implement your governance framework? & I wrote ours in an hour but it took about two years to implement.
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Chris Matts Feb 17
This is great. Was your monologue at Lean Agile Scotland published anywhere?
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Chris Matts Feb 17
Replying to @AgileAgonist @cyetain
Thank you for being a mentor and a muse. :-)
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Richard Warner Feb 17
Oh bless. Do the Brexiters simply believe that nobody understands the difference between “countries that are in Schengen” and “countries that aren’t in Schengen”? What a Grade A pillock.
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Chris Matts Feb 17
“Go to the Gemba” for practitioners. cc
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Replying to @AgileAgonist
Intriguing. Do you have a reference where I can learn more?
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Chris Matts Feb 16
I agree for the team. I was referring to senior managers/execs.
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Thank you. I think I need to write a post on “go to the gemba” for practitioners.
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Chris Matts Feb 16
I think most practitioners refer to “go to the gemba” to mean “go where the work is done” rather than view reality filtered through layers of PowerPoint and excel. I’ve never heard anyone suggest that chalk should be used. :-)
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Not sure I understand what that means. Could you expand?
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Transparency is dancing, not fighting.
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Replying to @AgileAgonist
I am honoured. I hope it is useful. Vive Les Francais!
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Replying to @AgileAgonist
“Best” is a community of solutions/thought leader word. “Better” is a community of need/practitioner word.
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Replying to @AgileAgonist
Depending on the context, each could be better. There is no best. And the thing that will bake your noodle, did the best bend or was there no best at all.
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Chris Matts Feb 16
Top two tips for Leaders when introducing transparency...
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Chris Matts Feb 15
The one top tip for managing transparency. Why transparency is better, not best.
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Chris Matts Feb 14
Are you referring to Cthulhu framework for social complexity made of six quadrants? The sixth quadrant being the dark quadrant, home of the dark constraints.
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