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Agility as the key to organizational success | Episode 2 “Building Resilience: The Art of Shock Absorption in Business Agility”
Kris Philippaerts
Kris Philippaerts

Agility as the key to organizational success | Episode 2 “Building Resilience: The Art of Shock Absorption in Business Agility”

Agility is – now more than ever – the key to organizational success, but we need to start taking it seriousl […]

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Business Agility, buzzword or necessary evolution?
Vincent Vanderheeren
Vincent Vanderheeren
Kris Philippaerts
Kris Philippaerts

Business Agility, buzzword or necessary evolution?

The evolution of agile methodologies has been remarkable. While frameworks or methods such as Scrum, Kanban, and others […]

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Long-term Agile Growth: myth or reality? | Agile Kitchen recap
Vincent Vanderheeren
Vincent Vanderheeren

Long-term Agile Growth: myth or reality? | Agile Kitchen recap

On September 4th, our Agile Kitchen session focused on long-term agile growth within a team. iLeaners Frederik Vannieuwe […]

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KU Leuven and iLean: a case study
Frank Geelen
Frank Geelen

KU Leuven and iLean: a case study

As early as May 2016 ICTS, the central IT department of KU Leuven, was actively looking ahead. There was no acute pain o […]

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Acknowledge the tension you’re experiencing during meetings
Frank Geelen
Frank Geelen

Acknowledge the tension you’re experiencing during meetings

We all have different personalities, different ways of working, and different communication styles. This can really enri […]

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Getting a positive return on your Scrum Master
Vincent Vanderheeren
Vincent Vanderheeren

Getting a positive return on your Scrum Master

How do you make sure you get the most out of your Scrum Master investment? How do you know whether your Scrum Master is […]

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Agile Kitchen at In the Pocket: a session about real business agility
Marjolein Bresseleers
Marjolein Bresseleers

Agile Kitchen at In the Pocket: a session about real business agility

On December 6th we took our Agile Kitchen to beautiful Ghent, where we set up shop at the In The Pocket Headquarters for […]

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How the intention to experiment can trigger structural change
Philippe Vandessel
Philippe Vandessel

How the intention to experiment can trigger structural change

We had the honour to coach a dynamic team of a large company on their journey towards change. It was a small team consis […]

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Team Coaches as Team Managers: a blessing or a curse?
Vincent Vanderheeren
Vincent Vanderheeren

Team Coaches as Team Managers: a blessing or a curse?

A seemingly small decision can have big consequences in a growing organization. ‘Merely’ turning a team coach into a […]

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