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Key Takeaways from ‘The Phoenix Project’ DevOps Simulation

Key Takeaways from ‘The Phoenix Project’ DevOps Simulation

By Paul Wilkinson
The simulation walk-through, held 16 May at IIL headquarters in New York City, was part of a meetup organized by IIL and the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA). The meetup was to explore the types of skills required for an IT organization in this age of fast-paced, digital disruption.

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Joanna Durand on Why Passionate Leadership Matters

Joanna Durand on Why Passionate Leadership Matters

Joanna Durand is Global Head of the Enterprise Project Delivery Excellence Office at TD Bank. As a keynote speaker at IIL’s Leadership & Innovation 2019 Online Conference, she gave us an understanding of what passionate leadership looks like in practice and shared indispensable tips on how we can become passionate leaders ourselves.

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Stephen Denning on Business Agility

Stephen Denning on Business Agility

Stephen Denning is a former director of the World Bank, renowned speaker and author (his most recent book, The Age of Agile, has 4.5 stars on Amazon). As a keynote speaker at IIL’s Leadership & Innovation 2019 Online Conference, he gave a fascinating take on how to adopt an Agile Mindset through what he calls the “Three Laws of Business Agility.”

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Lisa Bodell on Simplification and Innovation

Lisa Bodell on Simplification and Innovation

As closing keynote speaker at IIL’s Leadership & Innovation 2019 Online Conference, Lisa Bodell delivered a powerful message on how complexity is holding most of us back, and what we can do to get back to the work that really matters.

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Transforming to an Agile Enterprise

Transforming to an Agile Enterprise

By Sandeep Shouche
True “Agility” is a much deeper change and most enterprises will underestimate the amount of change they will experience when they adopt Agile. There are several deep-rooted habits that have to be kicked and some new ones have to be embraced.

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