Modern Change Management

by Jason Little

Modern Change Management
  • Language: eng
  • Episodes: 17
  • Last: 9 Jan 2018
This podcast is about how change agents can modernize their approaches for helping organizations transform with agile, lean, and lean startup practices.

Episodes (17)

  • #17 - Lean Change Professional with Joao Gama
    #17 - Lean Change Professional with Joao Gama
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    Published: 9 Jan 2018 Duration: 43:19
    Joao and I sit down to chat about the new Lean Change Professional workshop, what's similar and different between it and the original Lean Change Agent, how it came to be and who it's for.
    Joao and I sit down to chat about the new Lean Change Professional workshop, what's similar and different between it and the original Lean Change Agent, how it came to be and who it's for.

  • #9 Society’s Effect on Organizational Change
    #9 Society’s Effect on Organizational Change
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    Published: 13 Sep 2017 Duration: 48:04
    10 years ago you’d be laughed out of the building if you used words like love and vulnerability in the boardroom. Today, there seems to be a trend towards stripping away the noise as leaders understand that meaningful change isn’t going to ... Read more →
    10 years ago you’d be laughed out of the building if you used words like love and vulnerability in the boardroom. Today, there seems to be a trend towards stripping away the noise as leaders understand that meaningful change isn’t going to ... Read more →

  • #5 - The Great Culture Debate Rebuttal
    #5 - The Great Culture Debate Rebuttal
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    Published: 13 Sep 2017 Duration: 36:12
    In this episode, Mathias Gorf, Patrick Verdonk and Peter Rubarth debate the points raised by Eric and I during Episode 4: - the concept of getting people to ‘buy in’ to your change - intentionally changing, and measuring culture - how to pr... Read more →
    In this episode, Mathias Gorf, Patrick Verdonk and Peter Rubarth debate the points raised by Eric and I during Episode 4: - the concept of getting people to ‘buy in’ to your change - intentionally changing, and measuring culture - how to pr... Read more →

  • #16 - Debugging Bureaucracy
    #16 - Debugging Bureaucracy
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    Published: 13 Sep 2017 Duration: 44:25
    In this podcast, we hand over the hosting reigns to Lean Change Facilitator Richard Atherton - one of the leaders of Lean Change in the UK. Richard first discovered Venkataraman on LinkedIn in 2016 and was attracted to his incisive writin... Read more →
    In this podcast, we hand over the hosting reigns to Lean Change Facilitator Richard Atherton - one of the leaders of Lean Change in the UK. Richard first discovered Venkataraman on LinkedIn in 2016 and was attracted to his incisive writin... Read more →

  • #15 - Living Through a SAFe Rollout
    #15 - Living Through a SAFe Rollout
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    Published: 7 Mar 2017 Duration: 55:12
    Most of the stories we hear about agile transformation, or a rollout of , it’s from someone selling something, or from the consultants, or leaders who were responsible for the rollout itself. I haven’t seen very many (any?) stories from peo... Read more →
    Most of the stories we hear about agile transformation, or a rollout of , it’s from someone selling something, or from the consultants, or leaders who were responsible for the rollout itself. I haven’t seen very many (any?) stories from peo... Read more →

  • #14 - Meaningful Change at National Leasing
    #14 - Meaningful Change at National Leasing
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    Published: 28 Feb 2017 Duration: 34:53
    This week’s podcast, and video chat, closed the chapter of the book! Jill and I explore: how did you get started with your change canvases? how did people react to formalizing change management for the first time? how deep did you go while ... Read more →
    This week’s podcast, and video chat, closed the chapter of the book! Jill and I explore: how did you get started with your change canvases? how did people react to formalizing change management for the first time? how deep did you go while ... Read more →

  • #12 - Agile Change Management with Richard Atherton
    #12 - Agile Change Management with Richard Atherton
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    Published: 22 Feb 2017 Duration: 32:51
    Nowadays, the word agile has baggage. Despite the amount of information out there, some still think agile means no planning, no process, and no documents. If you feel you have an agile mindset, it can be extremely difficult to work with tho... Read more →
    Nowadays, the word agile has baggage. Despite the amount of information out there, some still think agile means no planning, no process, and no documents. If you feel you have an agile mindset, it can be extremely difficult to work with tho... Read more →

  • #13 - Sociocracy with Jerry Koch-Gonzalez
    #13 - Sociocracy with Jerry Koch-Gonzalez
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    Published: 15 Feb 2017 Duration: 41:53
    We underestimate the importance of psychological safety, and meaningful conversations when it comes to running our organizations. In this episode, Jerry Koch-Gonzalez explains the 3 structures of sociocracy, why organizations are choosing i... Read more →
    We underestimate the importance of psychological safety, and meaningful conversations when it comes to running our organizations. In this episode, Jerry Koch-Gonzalez explains the 3 structures of sociocracy, why organizations are choosing i... Read more →

  • #11 - Brains and Ears
    #11 - Brains and Ears
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    Published: 6 Feb 2017 Duration: 34:09
    There are more change frameworks out there than you can shake a stick at. We all have our favourites, but how necessary are they? We know change is hard, and we know the debates about why change fails have been circular over the last decade... Read more →
    There are more change frameworks out there than you can shake a stick at. We all have our favourites, but how necessary are they? We know change is hard, and we know the debates about why change fails have been circular over the last decade... Read more →

  • #10 - How Organizational Change Mimics Social Movements
    #10 - How Organizational Change Mimics Social Movements
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    Published: 19 Jan 2017 Duration: 41:19
    In 2001, the Agile Manifesto was created and along with it, a movement for a better way to build software. Since then over 40 methods, tools, frameworks and more have been created as the software world learned that 4 values and 12 principle... Read more →
    In 2001, the Agile Manifesto was created and along with it, a movement for a better way to build software. Since then over 40 methods, tools, frameworks and more have been created as the software world learned that 4 values and 12 principle... Read more →

  • #8 - Letting Go of Control
    #8 - Letting Go of Control
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    Published: 24 Nov 2016 Duration: 47:18
    I was fortunate to be interviewed by Ro Gorrell and Charlotte Mawle for their upcoming Change Ignition podcast. In this episode we talk about simple solutions for integrating change management and agile teams, as well as how letting go as a... Read more →
    I was fortunate to be interviewed by Ro Gorrell and Charlotte Mawle for their upcoming Change Ignition podcast. In this episode we talk about simple solutions for integrating change management and agile teams, as well as how letting go as a... Read more →

  • #7 - The Happy Melly Ecosystem with Elizabeth Plouffe
    #7 - The Happy Melly Ecosystem with Elizabeth Plouffe
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    Published: 12 Oct 2016 Duration: 29:52
    I was recently interviewed by Elizabeth Plouffe on her Across the Desk podcast. This is a re-broadcast of her podcast! In this episode we talk about the Happy Melly ecosystem is helping people understand the importance of workplace happines... Read more →
    I was recently interviewed by Elizabeth Plouffe on her Across the Desk podcast. This is a re-broadcast of her podcast! In this episode we talk about the Happy Melly ecosystem is helping people understand the importance of workplace happines... Read more →

  • #6 - Are Centralized Change Teams a Good Idea?
    #6 - Are Centralized Change Teams a Good Idea?
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    Published: 7 Mar 2016 Duration: 38:10
    Topics I explore with Ty Crockett: - experiences working with centralized Agile transformation teams - is the ‘guiding coalition’ an outdated concept? - what alternatives exist? - how has Kotter’s 2nd step been mis-interpreted
    Topics I explore with Ty Crockett: - experiences working with centralized Agile transformation teams - is the ‘guiding coalition’ an outdated concept? - what alternatives exist? - how has Kotter’s 2nd step been mis-interpreted

  • #4 - The Great Organizational Culture Debate
    #4 - The Great Organizational Culture Debate
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    Published: 24 Oct 2015 Duration: 30:19
    In this episode, Eric Lynn, founder of Culture Q’s, and I discuss culture, including whether or not you can measure it and why the approach some companies take is the wrong way to do it. This episode was recorded at #DareFest in Belgium so ... Read more →
    In this episode, Eric Lynn, founder of Culture Q’s, and I discuss culture, including whether or not you can measure it and why the approach some companies take is the wrong way to do it. This episode was recorded at #DareFest in Belgium so ... Read more →

  • #3 - Pop Psychology, Agile + OD and Organizational Coaching
    #3 - Pop Psychology, Agile + OD and Organizational Coaching
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    Published: 17 Sep 2015 Duration: 36:21
    This week’s episode features a few people from Canada, the US and Australia. Our topic, debating the arguments from Episode 1 with Paul Gibbons. Is pop psychology all that bad or is it necessary for more people to have surface knowledge as ... Read more →
    This week’s episode features a few people from Canada, the US and Australia. Our topic, debating the arguments from Episode 1 with Paul Gibbons. Is pop psychology all that bad or is it necessary for more people to have surface knowledge as ... Read more →

  • #2 - Solving Problems With The Hot Seat
    #2 - Solving Problems With The Hot Seat
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    Published: 3 Sep 2015 Duration: 19:32
    This episode features Salah Elleithy, Agile Coach, Trainer and founder of Spark Agility. Salah joined an open session with me at Agile 2015 where myself and a few other people tried out a technique called The Hot Seat. Salah recently tried ... Read more →
    This episode features Salah Elleithy, Agile Coach, Trainer and founder of Spark Agility. Salah joined an open session with me at Agile 2015 where myself and a few other people tried out a technique called The Hot Seat. Salah recently tried ... Read more →

  • #1 - Agile and Organizational Change with Paul Gibbons
    #1 - Agile and Organizational Change with Paul Gibbons
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    Published: 20 Aug 2015 Duration: 27:11
    This is the first Lean Change Management podcast featuring Paul Gibbons, the author of The Science of Successful Organizational Change. In this episode we talk about what the Agile community can learn from the organizational development and... Read more →
    This is the first Lean Change Management podcast featuring Paul Gibbons, the author of The Science of Successful Organizational Change. In this episode we talk about what the Agile community can learn from the organizational development and... Read more →

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