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  • Posted in: All Member Connect

    Well put, @Jeff Skipper ! I really think that, more important than getting into an argument about whe​ther there is a generally applicable percentage and if so, what it is, how it was arrived at, whether the source is trustworthy, how it compares to ...

  • Posted in: All Member Connect

    The number is bogus and another phrase I would like stricken from our change phrasebook. https://conversationsofchange.com.au/70-of-change-projects-fail-bollocks1/ But for me the best reason to reject it is that if it was true that 70% of projects ...

  • Posted in: All Member Connect

    Agreed! Our brains readily agree with 'change is hard' because painful experiences stand out most boldly in our memory. We remember harder changes more than the easy ones. Our brains are biased (which is to ensure we adapt even more readily the next ...

  • Posted in: All Member Connect

    @Robert Bogue While I understand what you are saying I think this misses the main point here. Yes, something new can be hard (although many relish the new experience), it's HARDER when we say it's going to be hard . As many others have pointed out, ...

  • Posted in: All Member Connect

    Great conversation ~ Thank you @Kerry Favero-Rivera for kicking it off! All change is emergent . An event is not (necessarily) a change. Define "failure." Numbers schmumbers: Mindset is what matters most. Agile mindsets make all* change possible ...

  • Posted in: All Member Connect

    Hi Hannah, Not impossible! Happy to help you brainstorm some benchmarks that make sense for your organization and would give your product owner confidence that things are on track. Even if you said: let's aim for 75% readiness, at least you have a ...