That Change Show

#9 YOU Have a trust problem! Read this book!!

February 15, 2022 Lean Change Management Season 1 Episode 9
#9 YOU Have a trust problem! Read this book!!
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That Change Show
#9 YOU Have a trust problem! Read this book!!
Feb 15, 2022 Season 1 Episode 9
Lean Change Management

What do you do when a manager throws The Five Dysfunctions of a Team book on the table in your team meeting and says: "YOU ALL have a problem, read this book!!"

This week's question from a recent lean coffee session with Jorge Ulsen's LCM Foundations class: 

SR: What innovative practice would you recommend for internal team management when mistrust is high?


That question immediately brought back the experience of our team manager telling us we had a trust problem and that we needed to read this book.



Jason Little is an internationally acclaimed speaker and author of Lean Change Management, Change Agility and Agile Transformation: 4 Steps to Organizational Transformation. That Change Show is a live show where the topics are inspired by Lean Change workshops and lean coffee sessions from around the world. Video versions on Youtube

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What do you do when a manager throws The Five Dysfunctions of a Team book on the table in your team meeting and says: "YOU ALL have a problem, read this book!!"

This week's question from a recent lean coffee session with Jorge Ulsen's LCM Foundations class: 

SR: What innovative practice would you recommend for internal team management when mistrust is high?


That question immediately brought back the experience of our team manager telling us we had a trust problem and that we needed to read this book.



Jason Little is an internationally acclaimed speaker and author of Lean Change Management, Change Agility and Agile Transformation: 4 Steps to Organizational Transformation. That Change Show is a live show where the topics are inspired by Lean Change workshops and lean coffee sessions from around the world. Video versions on Youtube

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