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How to link strategy to delivery with Mike Burrows

Luke Szyrmer April 6, 2021 157


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My name is Lukasz Szyrmer. If you are new here, I am the author of the book Align Remotely. I help teams thrive and achieve more together when working remotely. In this episode of the Managing Remote Teams podcast, we speak with Mike Burrows. Mike created the AgendaShift framework to help companies implement change in a way that feels effortless and is based on outcomes everyone cares about. In fact, it’s designed to engage the entire company while implementing major changes.

I’ve been following Mike’s work on the periphery for a while, but I got really interest recently in his pluralistic attempt at getting the best of 7 different operational models into a grand unified theory of agile in Right to Left. He’s probably best known for AgendaShift where he’s come up with an approach for positive organizational change that minimizes internal resistance that people typically feel when such things are introduced.

Upon listening, you will discover:

  • Why objectives are central to engaging everyone in organizational change initiatives
  • What often goes wrong with particular attempts at Agile and scrum and how to fix it
  • How to use outcomes to faciliate strategy and map it to delivery
  • What right-to-left delivery means and why it really matters

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