A common pattern we observe is the need for leadership and delivery teams wanting to work better together, in alignment towards a shared purpose, vision and mission.Continue reading “Laying foundation stones towards a high performing team”
Coaching a Perth Government Agency through their Agile Transformation
At Two Percent Shift we coach organisations through transformations to make shifts towards what is collectively trying to happen.
This week we had the pleasure of facilitating a division within a Perth based government agency that is undertaking a large scale agile transformation to improve the delivery of value to the customer in the shortest sustainable lead time and empower their people to help make it a great place to work.Continue reading “Coaching a Perth Government Agency through their Agile Transformation”
Ad hoc Coaching Service – First 3 hours free!
Our hypothesis …
We believe that if we provide a Coaching Service.
There will be agilists, teams and leaders who will gain new insights, solve real problems and discover pathways to grow and increase their potential. This will result in people who are happier at work and who can focus on doing great things together.
We will know this to be true when we have people providing positive feedback and keep coming back for more
To test our hypothesis, we are trialing an hourly coaching service!Continue reading “Ad hoc Coaching Service – First 3 hours free!”
Agile Coaching at RAC
RAC Insurance reached out to us to see if we could help one of their teams face into some challenges that they were experiencing.
This was a relatively new team with a number of new people who had joined with diverse experiences of agile from different organisations. They were not on the same page around some agile practices and some even wondered how agile as a team they were actually were.
As with all new teams they were also wrestling with how to work well with each other, dealing with many of the normal challenges you might expect a new team to face into.
In addition, they were changing their technology stack and their mission was very technical in nature. This increased the complexity for the team and even made it hard to understand how some of the agile practices might work for the technical challenges they faced.Continue reading “Agile Coaching at RAC”