A few years ago, I was just graduating as a ScrumMaster and the Agile community looked to me like a vibrant, energetic group, full of opportunities for learning. Through all that inspiration, I have had the seminal ideas for Agile Service Management so Continue reading
Tag Archives: CISO / CSO
Teaser of How to be a great CIO (VIII)
How about learning more about your users’—or customers’—hidden motivations and getting them to prioritize everything they want from you in detail? How about creating a proven path to success and removing all the things that are stopping you the most from getting there? How about doing all of this by playing games?
Interested? Oh, let’s play then. See you on Wednesday.
Jim Collins’ Top 10 Hot Personal Tips for You
I was lucky enough to be able to listen to Jim Collins yesterday at the Growth Summit. Jim ended by sharing some valuable personal tips, which I am happy to share with you, fresh out of his mouth. Continue reading
How to be a better CIO (IV): Lead an orchestra
In December we usually have a general gathering with the entire company in Barcelona. We like to do a different activity each year: archery, kart racing, touring the old city competing to see who is first to find a series of historical keys (which is called a gymkhana here), things like that. And after that, go out to eat, of course. Continue reading
Preview of “How to be a better CIO (IV): lead an orchestra”
Where on Earth have I been? Well, here and there. End of year festivities came around, I went to Argentina, then I went to London, etc. But really I have no excuse. Therefore, I have something in store for you: on Monday I’ll tell you all about my experience leading a band. Wondering what this has to do with being a better CIO, a better CISO, a better manager or a better parent? I haven’t really thought about that yet, but I’ve got until Monday to think it through.
See you soon!