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Business Agility

…Agility The organizations we created in the 20th century were designed much more for reliability and efficiency than for agility and speed. — John P. Kotter, Accelerate [3] Most leaders…

Lean-Agile Leadership

…respected voices in OCM, Dr. John Kotter, in his most recent research, has described the ‘eight accelerators’ for implementing successful change as [12, 13]: Create a sense of urgency Pull…

Implementation – Train Lean-Agile Change Agents

A strong guiding coalition is always needed. One with the right composition, level of trust, and shared objective. —John Kotter Train Lean-Agile Change Agents This article is article two in the…

Implementation – Leading in the Digital Age

Kotter, available through his many books and published articles. The steps in the Implementation Roadmap are closely aligned with Dr. Kotter’s change accelerators described below. Create a Sense of Urgency…

Implementation – Reaching the Tipping Point

…well-understood reason to change is insufficient for an organization to reach the tipping point. A clear vision for the future is also critical. Kotter notes that establishing a vision for…

SPC

…role answers a vital need to build the future of work. To achieve meaningful and lasting change, author John P. Kotter notes that stakeholders need a “sufficiently powerful guiding coalition”….

Implementation – Accelerate

…changes become galvanized into the organization’s DNA. The new way of working will likely withstand similar future challenges because, as Kotter describes, the change is anchored in the new culture….

Implementation Roadmap

…the Implementation Roadmap, the strategy for Implementing SAFe is based partly on John Kotter’s work in organizational change management [2]. As listed below, Kotter identifies eight ‘accelerators’ of leading a…

SAFe Contributors

…Leading Change. John P. Kotter. Harvard Business Review Press, 2012. Lean-Agile Acceptance Test-Driven Development: Better Software Through Collaboration. Ken Pugh. Addison-Wesley, 2011. Lean-Agile Software Development: Achieving Enterprise Agility. Alan Shalloway, Guy Beaver, and…