This is what caught my attention on week 33 of 2020.
“With increased remote work, rise of gig-based economies, digital transformation and automation, the landscape of work has already started to change in a post COVID world. If the only thing that’s constant is change, skills are the currency that can help us survive in the present and continuous learning is the mindset that can help us thrive in the future.” — Taruna Goel
“Agile organizations are composed of networks of flat, self-governing, multi-disciplinary teams working in rapid cycles and given full responsibility to deliver. They embrace uncertainty and encourage experimentation. These teams focus on outcomes vs. outputs that enable them to respond quickly to shifts in customer needs and market conditions.” — Andrew Nelson
Language of Change
“Change can be hard, and the process of exploring how we do things differently needs to acknowledge this, seeking clarity and inclusion as ways of engaging people in the process.” — Doug Shaw
“Working collaboratively plus learning cooperatively are essential for sensemaking at the individual and organizational level. Most organizations could start by reducing and redefining all those bloody meetings — I have never met anyone who says they don’t go to enough meetings.” — Harold Jarche