In this short episode you can listen to Phil Crowle talk about his experience leading teams through creating alignment and engagement. Phil recalls the ambivalence he has seen in teams where there is no real emotion or connection to the work they are doing and shares his thoughts on how to avoid this.
Phil also talks about the importance of the right mindset and behaviours at all levels to avoid transparency being weaponised.
We also talk about the value of learning and how this needs to be acknowledged and rewarded, not just outcomes in line with objectives. Appreciation for learning sustains a Continuous Improvement culture.
Listen to Ian Ritchey, former Group Chief Engineer at Rolls-Royce talk about differences in approach of aligning around dates versus risk retirement in product development and how this perhaps needs to change.
In this episode we talk with CEO of Project7 Consultancy Gareth Lewis about using visual performance management to engage organisations in identifying problems earlier and motivating them to take action to deliver results and accelerate learning.
Ian Ritchey is a former Group Chief Engineer at Rolls-Royce and is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. In this episode Ian shares his insights relating to leading New Product Development programmes from his long and distinguished career. In a broad-ranging discussion we explore the importance of context when considering topics such as Failing Fast vs Right First Time, Agile vs Waterfall programme management and the importance of retiring risk as early as possible in a programme.
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