Many people are talking about agile today. Decreasing costs, increasing speed and quality, and the urge to empower employees to contribute their full work force to the growth and success of an organization. Even though there is a great side effect of agile. We start to realize the importance of responding to human needs. Employees will contribute their full power only if they are happy with what they are doing and will find their motivation in their day-to-day exercises. It will keep them healthy as well as the whole organization.
Trust is like a paper – once it is crumbled it can’t be perfect again.
A vital organization has its own #IDENTITY for growing an understanding of the purpose. A vital organization has objectives driven from a shared #VISION and the collective #MOTIVATION to get there A vital organization considers the possibilities from the #DEMAND, work in #TEAMS, and #BESTPRACTICES A vital organization is about the people and their #CONTRIBUTION, the way #COLLABORATION is working with them, their possibilities to foster #CREATIVITY, and the #SKILLS they develop to address the needs.
The importance of language is inevitable. Finding the right wording, which is expressing exactly what we want to say from a context point of view, but also from a emotional point of view. The agile development space is an area of application, where this comes true notably. We just need to recall, that we use language not for talking only – in our mind the same language is used already when we start thinking. Besides the central word agile itself, the community of agilists has created their own dictionary, where new terms have been selected, which helped to add a new meaning to the idea of agile development. Agile is…