Author Archives: AlexYakyma

Enablement Analysis by Example – Offshore Outsourcing

Today we are going to illustrate some key aspects of enablement chain analysis on a specific example: software development outsourcing, more specifically — its offshore variant. This is a particularly useful exercise as besides its utility to exploring the power of enablement chains, it will also shed some light on outsourcing-related issues; something many organizations… Read More »

Webinar: Faster Value Delivery

Hi guys, We're gonna have a webinar on improving value delivery throughput in software and systems development. If you are familiar with the basic concept of throughput, register and you will be surprised how inaccurate conventional notions can be in the environment of complexity and uncertainty. More info regarding the webinar: Every organization wants to… Read More »

Insight: Faster Value Delivery

Everybody cares about the speed of value delivery. And why wouldn’t they, it makes so much sense. The higher the speed of value delivery, the more value you can deliver to your customer, the better the business outcomes. Well, it is, but only if you understand what it really means. First and foremost, it’s not… Read More »

Webinar Recording and Downloads: Enabling Dynamic Interactions and Flow with Integrated Footprint

Hello folks, The webinar took place earlier today. Great discussion, good questions from the audience. This was a first time I presented the concept of Integrated Footprint in a systematic manner. Much of this material goes into our Enterprise Coach course (OMEC) v2.2 and Enterprise Facilitator course (OMEF). See our course schedule and course description… Read More »

Webinar: Enabling Dynamic Interactions and Flow of Value

  Hello folks, please join us for our next webinar: “Enabling Dynamic Interactions and Flow of Value”. When: May 30, 2018, 11 am MDT. How to register: Follow this registration link. Description: Modern organizations are complex organisms and one of the aspects of complexity lies in the dynamic nature of work to be executed. It… Read More »

5 Tips for Better Organizational Coaching

Organizational coaching and change leadership are tough disciplines that lie at the intersection of social and neuroscience, systems thinking, complexity theory and more. If you are a coach, continuously improving your professional skills and knowledge is like oxygen: the organizational landscape is so broad, complex and diverse that you can never be “prepped enough”.  Here… Read More »