Pia Maria Thoren, author of Agile People together with John Coleman take the listeners on a nostalgic yet inspiring adventure as they first discuss Pia’s book writing and career journey before progressing to its deeper underlying rationale.
The episode discusses the importance of the ‘garden’ metaphor in agility and talks about fostering the right environment to allow employees to achieve their full potential.
It does so against the backdrop of the ‘house’ analogy, which is concluded is not adequate.
John Coleman has deep experience and expertise working with executives, leadership teams and product development teams to achieve increased business agility and create environments where creativity and collaboration produce high-performance teams.
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