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As one of Australasia's most successful Medical Technology Business Leaders, Leanne Elich is a passionate Oncology Advocate and Global Healthcare Specialist with over 25 years experience in both clinical and corporate environments with executive leadership. Leanne has led business operations teams, sales and marketing teams, technical and support teams along with product management and advisory groups. She is a motivating team leader and mentor with a strong passion for innovation, opportunity and growth.​ Leanne is also an International Keynote Speaker, Writer and Women in Leadership advisor.Leanne is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Harvard Medical School having completed Genetics, Cancer Genomics, Precision Oncology and Therapeutics. Leanne is also an International Keynote Speaker, Writer and Women in Leadership advisor.In this episode with Leanne, I explore:Unconventional career journeysAgility in technologyWhy move from oncology to consultingFemale leadership in a male dominated industryWomen in corporateand much more....You can reach out to Leanne via her socials here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/leanne-elich/https://www.instagram.com/leanneelich/ https://www.facebook.com/leanneelichconsulting https://twitter.com/LeanneElich This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high-impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Molood Ceccarelli is a remote work expert and agile coach. Her work has been published in places such as Forbes, Huffington Post and Inc.com as well as Scrum Alliance, Happy Melly and Shiftup. She is often referred to as the queen of remote work.She is the CEO and founder of Remote Forever where she helps distributed companies adopt agile ways of working and helps agile companies to embrace remote work. Remote Forever also offers online courses, workshops for remote leadership and online facilitation of remote events.Molood has a background in computer security and software development, a passion for agile coaching and human psychology and a love of traveling and working remotely. She is also the founder and host of the famous Remote Forever Summit, the first and by far biggest online summit about distributed agile that attracts over 10k attendees from around the world.Molood and her team at Remote Forever have been the driving force behind the agile adoption and scaling of a few geographically distributed organizations across various industries such as Telecom, Fintech, Entertainment, Gaming, Insurance as well as Machine Learning and AI.She has written a book named Be Agile Remotely which she first published as an eBook in 2016. The revised version of her book will be published in 2020.In this episode with Molood, I explore:The rise of remote workingHow remote working has shaped organisationsCommunicating whilst working remotely Co-location vs distributed teamsChallenging agile principles and more....Molood refers to her gift for our listeners the game of circles found here: https://remoteforever.com/game-of-circles-online-ball-point-game/You can reach out to Molood via her socials here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/molood/https://twitter.com/remoteforeverhttp://instagram.com/remoteforever/https://facebook.com/remote4everThis podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high-impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Joe Pusz has worked in project management and has been learning about the PMO throughout almost his entire life. As a result, he has become an expert and was even named one of the Top 15 PMO Influencers in the World in 2020 by the Global PMO Alliance. Joe has started his own podcast series and has founded many PMO initiatives with a strong focus, one could even say his purpose-driven, on helping others achieve their goals. He is no doubt a leading authority on all things PMO!In this episode, PMO Joe interviews Fatimah and they discuss:The PMO Leader global community siteThe AMO Method and its origins and why AMO is differentThe high-stress levels associated with our professions and dealing with personal mental health issuesImportance of good governanceAnd much more...This episode is brought to you by the one-stop-shop for all things PMO - www.thepmoleader.com. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact    Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe    You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.    Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/    Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
In this episode, I outline 3 key observations with PMO popularity right now, and three challenges that relate, then delve into an idea that could be useful for organisations and leaders alike in transforming their PMOs for the future. This episode is brought to you by the one-stop-shop for all things PMO - www.thepmoleader.com. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Rachel is a wellbeing, motivation, and performance specialist, whose work has spanned multiple sectors including corporate, health, education, and not-for-profit. As a trained psychologist, she has extensive experience in bringing the science of optimal performance and wellbeing to life, to assist both individuals and organisations to thrive. Rachel is an experienced facilitator and coach with expertise in goal setting and achievement, leadership development, and wellbeing. In addition to being Director of Merakai consultancy, she is part of the teaching team at the Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne, in both their postgraduate and undergraduate programs. She was recently awarded a Melbourne Graduate School of Education award for outstanding achievement in teaching, skill, and imagination in the design and evaluation of teaching programs.In this episode with Rachel Colla, I explore:The wellbeing crisisPositive psychology The rise of Mental health Culture and behaviorsand more....You can reach out to Rachel via her socials here:www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-colla-9944b015/ Twitter: @rachel.collaWebsite https://www.merakai.com.au/ This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high-impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
In my rawest podcast yet, I share what 2020 has meant to me and our business, the ups, and downs, and how I and like many others were tested and pushed to our limits. I hope that this raw podcast helps you on your quest for happiness. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeasAgile Management Office Improve Project Management - Transform Your Business
This one is special because it coincides with Agile Management Office's win of Project of the Year and Professional Services of the Year awarded by the most reputable Project Management body in Australia! We were so excited to win this award and have decided to record this episode to talk more about the project, what it entailed, what we were doing, and how it resulted in being such a success.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Talking all things Change Management with Karen Ferris. Acclaimed internationally as an author and speaker, with industry acknowledgment of her reputation as a Thought Leader, she provides both strategic and practical advice and insights to her audiences.She is the author of 4 books regarding organisational change and resilience. Her latest publication 'Balanced Diversity: A Portfolio Approach to Organisational Change' introducing a new and innovative framework for ensuring that changes become embedded into the fabric of the organisation.In this episode with Karen Ferris, I explore:The people side of change managementBeing a change management rebelImportance of vulnerability and self-awarenessResilience in the face of change Governance and change, friends or foesHer new books and more....You can reach out to Karen via her socials here:https://www.linkedin.com/company/karenferris-com/https://twitter.com/Karen_FerrisTo purchase her new books go to www.karenferris.com This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high-impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeasAgile Management Office Improve Project Management - Transform Your Business
A humbling experience nominated as a World Top 3 Finalist in Global PMO Influencer of the Year 2020, along with being the only finalist from Australia. I was invited to present a keynote at the World PMO Global Awards 2020 hosted by PMO Global Alliance.In this keynote/episode, I explore:The history of the PMO and its evolution or lack thereofHow that compares with Project Management as a professionOn our key challengesOn Agile and why this can be the turning point for PMOOn turning the tide On using Agile to our advantage and more....You can watch the keynote on our Agile Ideas YouTube page also. This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high-impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Ashley Cooper is a professional environmental photographer. He spent fourteen years traveling to every continent on the planet to document the causes and impacts of climate change and the rise of renewable energy. This epic journey was entirely self-funded through image sales to newspapers and magazines. Ashley then crowdfunded £45,000 to self publish the award-winning book, Images From a Warming Planet.Coopers work has appeared on the front covers of most major UK newspapers and is widely used by the Guardian. His epic climate change journey took him to over thirty countries, often working in remote and dangerous locations. In this time he has probably seen more impacts of climate change than any living human. He is now working to set up a new international climate change initiative called iCommit.With the aid of his stunning visuals, Ashley talks widely about his experiences documenting climate change on the front line. Ashley has spent 28 years as a volunteer with the Langdale/Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team and has attended over 800 rescues.In 1986 Ashley became the first person to climb every 3,000-foot peak in GB and Eire in one continuous expedition. A feat that involved over 1,400 miles of walking and raised £14,000 for the British Leprosy Relief Association. In this episode, Ashley and I explore:How has COVID-19 impacted the environment How his book has reached audiences like Pope Francis and Sir David Attenborough His favorite locations and the most challengingHow he plans his big adventures and what he never leaves behindWhere he finds the strength to deal with the confronting images he sees His experiences with the visible and invisible sides of climate changeTo purchase a copy of his new book: www.imagesfromawarmingplanet.netTo be part of the change and support his new initiative you can donate at:  www.gofundme.com/i-commitYou can contact Ashley on his socials here: facebook.com/globalwarmingimages.nethttps://www.facebook.com/ashley.cooper.37017https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-cooper-20417a13/Or on Twitter @ashleycoopergwi This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high-impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Julia Steel is a change speaker, trainer, and coach who works with organisations to turn their great ideas into incredible outcomes. She is the author of two books Buy-in: How to Lead Change, Build Commitment and Inspire People and Unite which includes 13 messages of hope and action from the VID19 Conference which she launched in March, in response to COVID-19. Julia says we all need the courage to take action and change, and the strength to see it through. In this episode, Julia and I explore:How a military family has helped shape her todayWhere strategy, change, leadership intersectHow change is not a constant but changed by usHow she went about creating a one of a kind online event in three daysWhether everyone can be a leader What you need to know when deciding to make the jump into your own business How change is an important part of every role You can contact Julia here: www.juliasteel.com Or check out her LinkedIn profile here: https://au.linkedin.com/in/juliasteelThis podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses and educating through our Agile Ideas series www.agilemanagementoffice.com/resources Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me, your host  on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Vladimir Pacheco is currently an Associate Professor in Governance and coordinator of the International Studies programme at the Department of Global Studies in the School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, Denmark. His current research interests include analyzing the governance mechanisms, economic policy prescriptions, and socio-economic impacts of resource extraction in Latin America and beyond. Before this position, Vladimir held senior roles in Australia with the Foundation for Development Cooperation, the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, and consulting firm WorleyParsons. Vladimir is also the Program Coordinator of Project Empire, a long-term partnership between Agile Management Office and Aarhus University bringing the academic and the corporate world together for an enriching and inspiring educational experience. In this episode, Vladimir and I explore:His current research into resource-dependent countries and economic diversification He shares his journey of living with COVID0-19 after his diagnosis earlier this year on his return from EuropeUnderstanding and learn more about international governance Our partnership and the outcomes of the recent academic/corporate program and;Why he tried to ride his bicycle from Queensland, Australia to India amongst earlier childhood lessons from escaping the civil war and learning to speak English in America. You can read some of Vladimir's interests here:https://www.gapminder.org/https://resourcegovernance.org/analysis-tools/publications/diversification-resource-dependent-countrieshttps://www.business-humanrights.org/en/from-us/briefings/towards-responsible-renewable-energy/You can contact Vladimir here: https://pure.au.dk/portal/da/persons/vladimir-douglas-pacheco-cueva%28e00b04a0-3c19-4e44-a23d-6218efc2eabb%29.htmlOr check out his LinkedIn profile here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vladimir-pacheco-68724544 This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses and educating through our Agile Ideas series www.agilemanagementoffice.com/resources  Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe  You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, author, and podcaster, providing services of management consulting, business consulting, and Human Resources consulting. He runs Collective Campus, recognised in 2018 as one of Australia's fastest-growing new companies by the AFR. Collective Campus is a  corporate innovation and startup accelerator based in Australia and Singapore that’s been home to over 100 startups that have raised more than US$25M and has worked with the likes of Village Roadshow, BNP Paribas, Clifford Chance, Microsoft, MetLife, KWM, NAB Sportsbet, Australian Unity, Mills Oakley, and others on their corporate innovation programs. Steve hosts the Future Squared podcast, winner of the 2017 Australian Podcasting Awards People’s Choice award in the Business category, and now 370 episodes strong. His work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Australian Financial Review, Tech in Asia, and numerous other outlets.He also founded Lemonade Stand, a children’s entrepreneurship program and now, SaaS platform, that has been delivered to kids across Australia and Singapore. Steve is the author of Employee to Entrepreneur: How To Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, (Wiley, 2019), the children’s picture book, Lemonade Stand: From Idea to Entrepreneur (2019), and the forthcoming Time Rich (2020, Wiley).Steve Glaveski is a serial entrepreneur and someone I have been following for a few years ever since meeting him at a large Start-Up Grind event. His enthusiasm and calm demeanor really took me by surprise as Steve has several successful Businesses and is also an author, podcaster, and loves a bit of stand up comedy. In this episode, Steve and I explore:How he founded NOFilter, a media company during the COVID-19 PandemicHow to build an innovative organisation and what it meansHis best tips on being time rich and his view on the 6-hour workdayHow to stay organized as a multi-business ownerAnd why it is so important to get kids to interact with entrepreneurship at a young ageYou can reach out to Steve via his website https://www.steveglaveski.com/ or by going to LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/steveglaveski/ This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office (www.agilemanagementoffice.com) providing high impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses and educating through our Agile Ideas series www.agilemanagementoffice.com/agileideas Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Iwww.agilemanagementoffice.com/contact Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribe  You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/ Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas 
Steve Abboushi has been a City of Melton resident for 12 years and during that time has, as a volunteer, mentored and taught highly disadvantaged young people life skills to help them lead productive lives. He has a Bachelor in Criminal Justice Administration and has worked in the State Government and not-for-profit sector. Cr Abboushi was elected to Council in 2016 and will serve as Deputy Mayor for the 2019/20 term and is the youngest to be elected.He is passionate about ensuring his community's most vulnerable and disenfranchised residents have a voice and are represented in key Council issues. He is particularly interested in relieving the cost of living pressures faced by his residents. He loves this community – the parks, gardens, and lakes – and is proud of the achievements and passion of this City’s residents.In this episode, Steve and I explore:How his council is dealing with the global pandemic and how they are supporting their residentsWhat it's like to be elected as City of Melton's youngest deputy mayor and what he's doing with this power What he's learned from being a youth worker and how he's taking these lessons into the councilWhat he feels is necessary to stay organised when working full time during the day and performing the role of Deputy MayorYou can reach out to Steve via Facebook by going to Facebook.com/abbasmelton or via LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/cr-steve-abboushi-12223975/?originalSubdomain=auThank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas 
Wanting to run a business and actually doing it are two different things, both are fraught with challenges but the journey makes it a learning adventure. I've set up two businesses, one that failed and one that is continuing to show that learning from mistakes is the right thing to do. From growing up in a migrant family to learning about entrepreneurship at a very early age. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeasP.S. Your review would mean a lot to me!Agile Management Office Improve Project Management - Transform Your Business
The Project Management Office (PMO) is lagging behind Delivery to the point that they’re no longer effective. The objective of this webinar is to demonstrate the key areas which cause such lag (or disconnect) and provide insight into the various techniques which can be applied to help evolve the PMO.This webinar is based on over 12 months of research leading up to the development of an industry-first global white paper series called ‘Is the PMO still fit for purpose?’For access go to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/whitepaper Today we will learn about some of the ways we can not just survive but to thrive! Let's reinvigorate our PMOs and are creative to work alongside delivery as a partner, not lag behind it. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
The most important part of any business is bringing in new sales, for sales are the lifeblood of any business. One way to do this is to be securing lucrative government tenders as these tend to provide good opportunities to grow your business, though getting them is very hard. After four years in business, I've been fortunate to secure one a year but that hasn't been without its challenges. There are a lot of tenders we didn't win but we learned a lot along the way. As such this episode will delve into my top tips, lessons, and suggestions to support your success in winning government tenders. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas' or 'Agile Management Office'. All our videos are on Youtube under Agile Ideas also.Follow the host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
How do you move from being a permanent employee to a contractor?This is a question I get commonly asked, in fact at least monthly someone wants to discuss this in detail. They want to know the secret formula for being a successful contractor in today’s contracting market. It’s not a secret, there is no magic formula but there certainly are things you can do to get the most out of being a contractor. After 15 years of contracting myself, I have collated my top 10 tips.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas' or 'Agile Management Office'. All our videos are on Youtube under Agile Ideas also.Follow the host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
Capabilities themselves are often misunderstood because the concept of capabilities can mean both those abilities of an individual but also capabilities at an organizational level. Reviewing these capabilities is important as it can inspire for all-round improvement. The difficulty lies in looking at the capabilities of an organization or a business and assessing how it/they can improve those capabilities and uplift them to better align their objectives and what they're trying to do strategically. Join me as we deep dive into the importance of assessing business capabilities. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas' or 'Agile Management Office'. All our videos are on Youtube under Agile Ideas also.Follow the host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas 
Today, we're going to be talking about all things Agile, Agile, and challenges faced in adopting Agile, introducing Agile, or applying Agile. The reason why I thought to share this topic today and discuss it in more detail is that, through conversations with many different people around the world, it seems that there is an abundance of challenges when applying Agile or looking to introduce. I thought that I would share some of those and give some insights or ideas as to how to address them or think about them maybe in a different way because I don't think that these challenges are unique. They are common in a number of different organizations. Some of them are familiar depending on where in the organization that Agile is being applied.In this episode I share with you 10 Agile challenges, and for you to think about them and see whether they are actually, in fact, impacting the organization that you are working in, at the moment, or your team's impact. I think that each of the challenges is going to apply and affect each organization and their teams differently. But see if you can notice recurring themes amongst some of the challenges, as we talk through them.Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in the future, or be part of our podcast in future episodes, please let us know by going to www.agilemanagementoffice.com/contactMake sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere. www.agilemanagementoffice.com/subscribeYou can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas' or 'Agile Management Office'. All our videos are on Youtube under Agile Ideas also.Follow the host on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - www.linkedin.com/in/fatimahabbouchi/Thank you for listening, please share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas
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