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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
1.8.2015
Founding Partner
Ran Nyman
Ran Nyman
1.8.2015
Founding Partner

Scaling Agility or Bureaucracy

There are two very different strategies in adopting Agile in a large organisation, horizontal or vertical. In other words, you may take one product first with narrow and deep focus. Or you may focus on the vertical coordination layer, which is often perceived as The Scaling Problem.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
9.3.2015
Founding Partner

Organizations learn like horses

Individuals are intelligent. Organisations are not, they are adaptive, just like horses. Organisations learn from reality, not from imagination.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
6.3.2014
Founding Partner

Everyone has a limited Container

Understanding the emotional container is essential for not only therapists and parents, but all leaders, coaches and senior colleagues.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
28.1.2013
Founding Partner

Moores Chasm and internal Strategic Selling

You may forget the laws of internal marketing, but they will not forget you. Lessons from Moore's Chasm and Strategic Selling.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
1.10.2009
Founding Partner

Three Interests causing alienation and a leadership vacuum

The three natural stakeholders have common and conflicting interests. This creates three different subcultures, causing a leadership vacuum in the middle, where product decisions need to be made.

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