The Six Big Ideas of Adaptive Organizations: From Frameworks to Sensemaking with Ken Rickard and Jason Little

In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, hosts Andy Cleff and Chris Murman chat with Jason Little and Ken Rickard co-authors of Six Big Ideas of Adaptive Organizations.

They explore the origins and motivations behind their new book, which aims to help organizations navigate change.

The discussion covers the importance of understanding one’s own context, the pitfalls of superficial efforts. They emphasize the significance of people in the process and the necessity of being comfortable with disruption. 

The episode is rich with insights, making it a valuable listen for anyone involved in organizational change.

  • Read the Book: Grab your copy of the book in print or Kindle to dive deeper into the Six Big Ideas.
  • Join the Conversation: Visit sixbigideas.org to explore interactive tools, watch explainer videos, and share your experiences with the community.
  • Upcoming Courses: Stay tuned for Jason and Ken’s virtual course series, where you can learn to apply these concepts to your own context.

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