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  • An Introduction to The Power Cycle

    17 Nov 2014
    An Introduction to The Power Cycle When reacting to problems people choose from two mental paths, each an identifiable pattern. One path we call The Control Cycle. The other is The Power Cycle. The more common reaction to problems is the need to feel in control, but The Control Cycle addresses only the anxiety caused by a problem, not the problem itself. The Power Cycle is the choice to be[…]
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  • Did Someone Fart?

    3 Nov 2014
    Did Someone Fart? We planned a post introducing The Power Cycle for today, but Mike Edward’s piece from his blog is a fantastic transition. This is a great example of the transition from Control to Power.   Last week Chris Chapman and I did a presentation in Waterloo at the PMI-CTT Annual Symposium. For the past 5 years I have done numerous presentations at conferences[…]
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  • Responsibility is Authentic, Not Perfect

    29 Oct 2014
    Responsibility is Authentic, Not Perfect Guest Post by Mark Roberts Christopher Avery here. With pleasure I welcome Mark Roberts again to this blog. Mark is in management in a security services company in London, England. He shares a love for responsible leadership. Read more about Mark at the end of this post. Enjoy. Last Friday evening, I was relaxing and looking back at the week that[…]
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  • An Introduction to The Control Cycle

    28 Oct 2014
    An Introduction to The Control Cycle When reacting to problems people choose from two paths. One path we call The Control Cycle. The other is The Power Cycle. The more common reaction is the need to feel in control. This need comes from angst or similar below-the-line feelings in The Responsibility Process, and being from below the line they lead us to act below the line. But[…]
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  • Why Agile is For You and Your Team

    23 Oct 2014
    Why Agile is For You and Your Team I work with a lot of executive leadership and large organizations on culture change issues, and I often hear the question, “Should we go agile?” or “We’re thinking about going agile. What do you think, is agile for us?” My usual response is that I don’t think that’s the right question — because agile is not a noun, it’s not[…]
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