19 episodes

**New format!** As of February 2019, this is replacing the Modern Change Podcast where we'll exploring multiple points of view regarding transformational change.

Perspectives of Change Sarika Kharbanda

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**New format!** As of February 2019, this is replacing the Modern Change Podcast where we'll exploring multiple points of view regarding transformational change.

    #2 The Agile Online Summit with Tom Henricksen - A Virtual Perspective

    #2 The Agile Online Summit with Tom Henricksen - A Virtual Perspective

    A virtual conference: Perspectives with Tom Henricksen

    • 42 min
    #1 Why Perspectives Of Change

    #1 Why Perspectives Of Change

    Sometimes we forget that our perspective as change agents is one of many. This show is dedicated to exploring how to nudge change forward by understanding and valuing multiple perspectives.

    • 14 min
    #17 - Lean Change Professional with Joao Gama

    #17 - Lean Change Professional with Joao Gama

    Joao and I sit down to chat about the new Lean Change Professional workshop, what's similar and different between it and the original Lean Change Agent, how it came to be and who it's for.

    • 43 min
    #9 Society’s Effect on Organizational Change

    #9 Society’s Effect on Organizational Change

    10 years ago you’d be laughed out of the building if you used words like love and vulnerability in the boardroom. Today, there seems to be a trend towards stripping away the noise as leaders understand that meaningful change isn’t going to happen through the $4 million worth of buzzword-filled documents that big consulting firms like to deliver.
    From the ineffectiveness of the carrot and stick method, to the effect that societal change has on our organizations, Paul Gibbons, who helped launch the first podcast, is back to restart the podcast along with a Modern Change video channel.

    • 48 min
    #5 - The Great Culture Debate Rebuttal

    #5 - The Great Culture Debate Rebuttal

    In this episode, Mathias Gorf, Patrick Verdonk and Peter Rubarth debate the points raised by Eric and I during Episode 4:
    - the concept of getting people to ‘buy in’ to your change
    - intentionally changing, and measuring culture
    - how to preserve your existing culture during growth
    - whether ‘chief culture officers’ are a good idea or not

    • 36 min
    #16 - Debugging Bureaucracy

    #16 - Debugging Bureaucracy

    In this podcast, we hand over the hosting reigns to Lean Change Facilitator Richard Atherton - one of the leaders of Lean Change in the UK.

    Richard first discovered Venkataraman on LinkedIn in 2016 and was attracted to his incisive writing on organisations. In this episode they explore:
    What do we mean by bureaucracy?
    How do we “debug bureaucracy”?
    What’s the meaning and value of “working out loud”?

    Venky and Richard recommend the following if you’d like to dive deeper on bureaucracy:

    David Graeber's The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy

    Neil Postman's Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology

    Pournelle's Iron Law of Bureaucracy

    You can find more of Venky’s writing at LinkedIn, especially Debugging Bureaucracy and the Voldemort Effect.

    • 44 min

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