Business Agility Transformations involve a business changing the way it approaches work, culture and roles within the business, so what happens to the history of that business? It is where it is now based on what it’s done in the past, so how much of that past should it hold onto? What’s worth holding onto and what do they let go of?
Links mentioned in this episode:
What's Your Play Personality?http://www.reimagineplay.com/blog/2016/12/23/2v782j0j10judiutvwfdmtnxlsgrk6
The 8 Play Personality Types (Deep Play)https://medium.com/swlh/whats-your-play-personality-the-8-play-personality-types-69d798ef0863
During our second episode of At Home With Interesting People, EPiC Director Brad Bennett asked our guest Matt McCormack from Cognizant, about the big lessons he’s learnt from his years of doing digital transformations.
He replied: Executives are generally smart people at what they do, but know very little about transformation.”
You can see that they’re incredibly good at what they’ve done and they’ve been able to build their way up to an exec level. And there’s always this sense of “they have to know about transformation” and you look at them go “You’ve never done a transformation in your life!”
“I think it’s very confronting (for them) to understand that they don’t know much about the transformation journey they’re about to go on.”
Links mentioned in this episode:EPiC https://epicagile.com.au/Article https://epicagile.com.au/matt-mccormack-executives-transformation-success/EPiC Training Courses https://epicagile.com.au/training/YouTube version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6u4Svq3qiY
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