What comes after agile? - Change how the world works #1

Hi there,I'm on a mission to improve the way we work. Making organizations adaptable to change, beyon
What comes after agile? - Change how the world works #1
By Jurriaan Kamer • Issue #1 • View online
Hi there,
I’m on a mission to improve the way we work. Making organizations adaptable to change, beyond just implementing agile.
I decided to start a newsletter to keep you updated on my journey and to provide an overview of the best new articles on this subject. Hopefully it will help you to upgrade your own organization and make it more meaningful and responsive.
You are reading this because we’ve been in touch about these subjects and I was certain you would appreciate this content. If I was wrong, please feel free to unsubscribe below.
kind regards,
Jurriaan

Articles that influenced my thinking
The 8 Habits of Companies You Wish You Worked For (And How To Put Them Into Practice)
The Last Re-Org You’ll Ever Do – The Ready
Stop Your “Agile” Transformation! Right. Now.
Digital Transformation Requires Enterprisewide Agile Transformation
Stop looking for a silver bullet for your org problems
Upcoming events: lessons from Formula 1
Last month we visited the Red Bull Racing factory together with a group of CIO’s, by invitation of AT&T. I researched how Formula 1 teams are organized and discovered that they are very agile organizations. They innovate rapidly and are adaptable to change in a regulated environment. 
“Every time you have a negative response to an issue, you’re denying yourself the opportunity to improve.“ - CTO Williams Martini Racing
I’ll be sharing my lessons and insights on what makes Formula 1 teams agile on these two upcoming events, don’t miss it!
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Jurriaan Kamer
Change how the world works! On agile change, organization design, the future of work, adaptive and responsive organizations, servant leadership.
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