This post is about the why, when and how Peace Through Prosperity decided to evolve it’s foundation program (our mini-MBA / mMBA) so that we could effectively take design thinking and agility to the masses. To improve our ability to enable global society to be better equipped at responding to change and complexity. Continue reading
Last month I was at DrupalJam XL for a second consecutive year. Thank you for having me folks! as always visiting .NL is an adventure!
For many years at Cons and Camps my topic has revolved around agile lead social transformation and recalibrating our #GiveBack, and thank you again for giving me numerous opportunities to share my raison d’etre i.e. Peace Through Prosperity.
However this year I wanted to recalibrate my own giveback to the community by sharing what I have and continue to learn about seeding and maturing agility in large enterprises across telco’s, media, retail, pharmaceuticals and healthcare. Hope my musings provide you with some food for thought! Continue reading
In April and May 2019 the team and participants regrouped in workshops exchanging experiences since the classes, application of learnings, sharing successes and crowd sourcing options for challenges they have been facing post intervention. Continue reading
Ladies, gentlemen, pirates and Jedis, long over due post on Peace Through Prosperity’s 2018 retrospective! #MyBad
Closing another year was as ever rewarding! eight years on, Peace Through Prosperity has facilitated 700+ individuals, their families (4550 people) and community (with jobs created) to jumpstart their desired narrative for change. One built by their own hands not through handouts. Giving multiple marginalised communities the choice to reject extremist narratives and create their own narratives of social transformation. Continue reading
There are books, podcasts, talks, conferences and careers built on this topic!
When it comes to succinct guides there is what frameworks suggest and then there is what is advocated based on experience! This post is my musing on the latter.
It is not meant to take anything away from what Agile frameworks state instead is meant to compliment the view frameworks have of the role and its responsibilities, here’s what the Scrum guide states (I am a huge fan of the Scrum framework for it’s simplicity).
The super succinct version is; a Product Owner is a Pirate Captain! Outside the enterprise we known them as entrepreneurs, within an enterprise we have come to know them as intrapreneurs… or a slight twist to Tendayi Viki‘s words… A Pirate In the navy.