Sloth in Agile: Navigating Inaction and Cultivating Deliberate Change

In this episode, the second in a series, the crew explores the sin of “sloth” in the context of agility and organizational dynamics.

Chris Murman, Andy Cleff, and Andrew Leff, delve into the negative connotations of sloth as it relates to motivation, communication, and decision-making within teams and organizations.

They discuss the impact of silence, the importance of crucial conversations, and the challenge of addressing organizational issues at scale.

The conversation evolves into exploring the balance between action and inaction, emphasizing the need for intentional pacing and sustainable practices.

As always, we encourge listeners to consider the role of sloth in their work environments and to share their insights on fostering a healthier, more deliberate approach to change.

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