Project Management

The Reluctant Agilist

by
Adam Weisbart | Agile | Agile 2013 | agile 2014 | agile 2015 | Agile 2017 | Agile 2018 | Agile Alliance | agile coaching | Agile Estimation | Agile for Humans | Agile Metrics | Agile Practice | Agile Teams | agile transformation | Agile Transition | Agile Uprising | agile2014 | agile2015 | agile42 | Agilistocrats | Alistair Cockburn | Atlassian | autism | Bas Vodde | BigVIsible | Bob Tarne | book review | Brian Bozzuto | business agility | carson pierce | Center for Non-Violent Communication | Certification | Certified Scrum Master | Certified Scrum Product Owner | Change | change management | Chet Hendrickson | Chris Li | Christine Converse | Coaching | collaboration | commitment | Communication | conteneo | Craig Larman | cross functional teams | CSM | CSPO | DAD | Daniel Gullo | Dave Prior | David Anderson | David Bernstein | David Bland | David J Anderson | derek huether | Dhaval Panchal | diana larsen | Digital Agency | Digital PM | digitalpm | Disciplined Agile | Disciplined Agile Delivery | Distributed Teams | Don Kim | dpm | dpm2013 | drunken PM | drunken pm radio | drunkenpm | drunkenpm radio | eduscrum | emotional intelligence | empathy | Enterprise Agile | Essential Scrum | esther derby | Excella | Fixing Your Scrum | Gangplank | Gil Broza | Howard Sublett | Individuals and Interactions | Jean Tabaka | Jeff Sutherland | Jesse Fewell | Jessie Shternshus | jim benson | johanna rothman | john miller | Jukka Lindstrom | Jutta Eckstein | kanban | Kanban Pad | kanbanfor1 | Ken Rubin | Kenny Rubin | Kim Brainard | lacey | Language | Large Scale Scrum | Larry Maccherone | Leadership | LeadingAgile | lean | Lean Coffee | Lean Kanban North America | LeanKit | LESS | lkna | luke hohmann | lyssa adkins | Maria Matarelli | Mark Kilby | Marshall Rosenberg | Melissa Boggs | Michael Sahota | Mike Vizdos | Modern Management Methods | modus cooperandi | Modus Institute | Natalie Warnert | Nic Sementa | Non-violent communication | North American Global Scrum Gathering | NVC | Olaf Lewitz | Øredev | Øredev 2013 | organizational agility | Organizational Change | overcommitment | Patrice Colancecco Embry | Paul Hammond | personal kanban | personal productivity | personal project management | Peter Saddington | PMBOK | PMI | PMP | podcast | portfolio management | Product Backlog | Product Development | Product Goal | Product Owner | Product Ownership | productivity | project management | Project Management Institute | ProKanban | Rally | Release Planning | reluctant agilist | Renata Lerch | retrospective | Richard Cheng | Roman Pichler | Ron Jeffries | Ross Beurmann | Ryan Ripley | SAFE | Safety | Sallyann Freudenberg | scaling agile | Scaling Scrum | Scott Ambler | Scrum | Scrum Alliance | Scrum Gathering | Scrum Master | ScrumMaster | self organizing teams | SGPHX | SGPHX 2015 | Shane Hastie | social engineering | SolutionsIQ | SoundNotes | sprint planning | Systems Thinking | Team | teams | Temenos | The Improv Effect | Things | Tom Perry | Transformation | Troy Lightfoot | troy magennis | User Stories | value | Vivek Angiras | waste | Waterfall | Weisbart | What We Say Matters | why limit wip | WIP | women in agile | Woody Zuill | show all posts

About this Blog

RSS

Recent Posts

Creating Outcome Focused User Stories with Scott Sehlhorst

Kanban Metrics with Troy Lightfoot

Distributed Teams and the Five Lenses with Mark Kilby

The Five Lenses of Humane Management

Agile Physics and the Math of Flow w Troy Magennis

The Five Lenses of Humane Management

(If you would prefer an audio-only version of this interview you can find it here.)

This special video podcast features Jim Benson who is back to talk about the Five Lenses of Humane Management.  When human beings work together they form a system. That system runs according to the culture created by the people who are gathering together and collaborating. That culture may be designed with intent or it may happen organically, it may support the people working together in the system or it may work against them and the system.  The Five Lenses offer a way of examining the system and the culture it creates to understand the ways in which it is fostering an environment that allows the people in the system to rise up together and thrive in a collaborative way. They will also help you see when and how the opposite is happening. 

The Five Lenses of Humane Management are:
    1.    Communications
    2.    Relationships
    3.    Respect
    4.    Flow
    5.    Continuous Improvement

I asked Jim to join me for this podcast because I’ve been studying the lenses and incorporating them into my work for about a year now. They have had a deep impact on me, the way I engage with teams, and the way I show up to collaborate with others. If you are interested in understanding how and why the groups you are working with are high-performing (or perhaps the opposite), you will find valuable insights in this interview.

 

 

THE FIVE LENSES OF HUMANE MANAGEMENT

If you’d like to learn more about the Five Lenses of Humane Management or Lean-Agile Visual Management:
https://www.modusinstitute.com/

OTHER LINKS FROM THE PODCAST:


CONTACTING JIM BENSON:

Posted on: May 20, 2022 03:29 PM | Permalink | Comments (2)

The Five Lenses of Humane Management

(If you would prefer an audio-only version of this interview you can find it here.)

This special video podcast features Jim Benson who is back to talk about the Five Lenses of Humane Management.  When human beings work together they form a system. That system runs according to the culture created by the people who are gathering together and collaborating. That culture may be designed with intent or it may happen organically, it may support the people working together in the system or it may work against them and the system.  The Five Lenses offer a way of examining the system and the culture it creates to understand the ways in which it is fostering an environment that allows the people in the system to rise up together and thrive in a collaborative way. They will also help you see when and how the opposite is happening. 

The Five Lenses of Humane Management are:
    1.    Communications
    2.    Relationships
    3.    Respect
    4.    Flow
    5.    Continuous Improvement

I asked Jim to join me for this podcast because I’ve been studying the lenses and incorporating them into my work for about a year now. They have had a deep impact on me, the way I engage with teams, and the way I show up to collaborate with others. If you are interested in understanding how and why the groups you are working with are high-performing (or perhaps the opposite), you will find valuable insights in this interview.

 

 

THE FIVE LENSES OF HUMANE MANAGEMENT

If you’d like to learn more about the Five Lenses of Humane Management or Lean-Agile Visual Management:
https://www.modusinstitute.com/

OTHER LINKS FROM THE PODCAST:


CONTACTING JIM BENSON:

Posted on: May 20, 2022 03:29 PM | Permalink | Comments (2)

The Five Lenses of Humane Management

(If you would prefer an audio-only version of this interview you can find it here.)

This special video podcast features Jim Benson who is back to talk about the Five Lenses of Humane Management.  When human beings work together they form a system. That system runs according to the culture created by the people who are gathering together and collaborating. That culture may be designed with intent or it may happen organically, it may support the people working together in the system or it may work against them and the system.  The Five Lenses offer a way of examining the system and the culture it creates to understand the ways in which it is fostering an environment that allows the people in the system to rise up together and thrive in a collaborative way. They will also help you see when and how the opposite is happening. 

The Five Lenses of Humane Management are:
    1.    Communications
    2.    Relationships
    3.    Respect
    4.    Flow
    5.    Continuous Improvement

I asked Jim to join me for this podcast because I’ve been studying the lenses and incorporating them into my work for about a year now. They have had a deep impact on me, the way I engage with teams, and the way I show up to collaborate with others. If you are interested in understanding how and why the groups you are working with are high-performing (or perhaps the opposite), you will find valuable insights in this interview.

 

 

THE FIVE LENSES OF HUMANE MANAGEMENT

If you’d like to learn more about the Five Lenses of Humane Management or Lean-Agile Visual Management:
https://www.modusinstitute.com/

OTHER LINKS FROM THE PODCAST:


CONTACTING JIM BENSON:

Posted on: May 20, 2022 03:29 PM | Permalink | Comments (2)

Jim Benson on Systems Thinking and Modus Institute's new Certification and Accreditation programs

Modus Institute recently introduced its new Certification and Accreditation Programs in Lean-Agile Visual Management (LA-VM). This is something they have been working on developing for 12 years. In this episode of the podcast, Jim Benson joins me to discuss Modus’s new offerings. During the interview we discuss Systems Thinking and how it figures into the LA-VM program. Jim also explains why it took 12 years to develop, how each program works, and the tools that these programs will add to a knowledge worker’s arsenal. 

If you’d like to contact Jim for additional information:
Web: https://www.modusinstitute.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimbenson/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ourfounder
Medium: https://medium.com/@ourfounder
Jim’s music on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ourfounder

This interview is available in both audio and video versions:
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user18705952/review/489954917/b9d33c0537
YouTube: https://youtu.be/r-QJOvjyK6U 
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/drunkenpmradio/jim-benson-on-systems-thinking-and-modus-institutes-new-certification-and-accreditation-programs/s-R5VW8eYaitU

Posted on: December 11, 2020 03:49 PM | Permalink | Comments (3)
ADVERTISEMENTS

"If you can dream it, you can do it."

- Walt Disney

ADVERTISEMENT

Sponsors