Additional Agility and Innovation Resources for Leaders, Facilitators and Participants
Please download and share Pamela Meyer’s articles, videos and other resources below to help you create more agile, innovative and effective leaders, teams and organizations.
The Agility Shift Inventory
The Agility Shift Inventory (ASI) offers individual leaders, teams and entire organizations an opportunity to become more aware of the state of agility in their current context. This awareness is the first step in beginning a generative conversation and receiving guidance about where your energy and resources will be most effectively spent to improve business performance. Learn more and take the Agility Shift Inventory today!
Start the NEW Self-Guided Leadership Agility Journey
Created in response to overwhelming demand, individual leaders can now start their Leadership Agility Development Journey anytime, anywhere, and at their own pace.
From Workplace to Playspace Facilitator’s Guide
Download the chapter-by-chapter Playspace Learning and Facilitation Guide to help your team, organization, clients (and yourself!) create more space for the play of new ideas.
Leading the Agility Shift: Slowing Down to Go Fast (CXO Magazine)
Agile Meets Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: How the Three Pillars of Scrum Can Help Us Be and Do Better (ScrumAlliance)
Making Playspace for Learning (CLO Magazine)
Creating the Agile Organization (CLO Magazine)From Workplace to Playspace: Linking Employee Engagement to Patient Safety and Satisfaction (HR Pulse: pdf) Improvising Learning Space: Making Room for Difference and Transformation (Conference Paper: pdf) Learning Space and Space for Learning: Adults' Intersubjective Experience of Improvisation (Conference Paper: pdf) Yes, and . . . and: Beyond the Improvisation Metaphor (Just in Time) (Conference Paper: pdf) Organizational Improvisation and Appreciative Inquiry (Conference Paper: pdf) Improvisation Power (Executive Excellence: pdf)
Agility Warm-up Exercises
These few activities can help create the context and expand capacity for agility and innovation. You can find many more in Pamela Meyer’s books From Workplace to Playspace and The Agility Shift.
This exercise is a great way to shake off the stress of the day and get back to the dynamic present moment, where all positive action takes place!
This is a popular improvisation warm-up game and is wonderful for getting everyone listening and building off of each other’s ideas. In just a few minutes everyone is ready to collaborate, communicate and coordinate!