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A fascinating catalogue of freely-available, curated videos covering a wide range of topics related to business agility.

How do we spread new fundamental concepts and knowledge? How do we generate conversations, reflection and improvement opportunities? How do we trigger people’s natural curiosity to find out more? How do we inspire…
This short video from Charles Duhigg covers how Google aims to build great teams and what sort of things are needed for that to happen. How Google builds the perfect teamCharles Duhigg02:22 RELATED…
Gojko Adzic and Christian Hassa did a keynote for Playcamp 2016 in which they looked at some tools for Impact Mapping. In the preamble to the tools they showed this to help people…
What do you think is the relationship between Happiness and Success? Earlier this year I read Shawn Achor’s “The Happiness Advantage”. Apart from being an entertaining read, it’s a real eye-opener on how…
“It’s like riding a bike.” “It’s like riding a bike” is a phrase that we use in English that means, “once you’ve learned how to do something, you will never forget it.” This…
Professor Sumantra Ghoshal talks about culture at the World Economic Forum – what he refers to as “The Smell of the Place”. He talks about what management can do to create and sustain…
Wardley Maps are a really powerful tool for deciding strategy. Here is Simon Wardley giving a very entertaining Keynote at OSCON 2014 where he discusses how he came to invent it as a…
Sir Dave Brailsford talks about how small, incremental gains helped British Cycling become successful. He discusses continuous improvement and how to align teams behind a goal to win.
Niklas Modig uses the example of a child needing medical help to illustrate the difference between flow efficiency and resource efficiency. It serves as an excellent emotional hook to highlight this key idea…
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