The changing CIO role - an Equinox IT hosted CIO panel discussion

by Bill Ross on 20/04/2018 10:00

IT and the CIO role is changing significantly. New technologies, different operating models and modern experiences and expectations are changing the landscape and the CIO role is constantly evolving to meet the new reality.

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Getting an IT Project Manager or Scrum Master role with no IT experience - there's no silver bullet

by Brendon Livingstone on 10/04/2018 10:00

We regularly receive enquiries at Equinox IT from people who want to move into the IT industry. Sometimes these people ask for our advice on how to get a job as an IT Project Manager or a Scrum Master.

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Sharing our consultant's learning - March 2018

by Brendon Livingstone on 29/03/2018 10:00

A couple of weeks ago we hosted a fascinating executive event where Simon Bennett presented on 'Why the Responsibility Process® is the key to succeeding with Agile'. He concluded that when organisations adopt Agile, either top down or bottom up, it often doesn't work because it is an 'outside in' approach of people trying to control other people. The alternative is 'inside out' where people change themselves. Simon positioned the Responsibility Process as an 'inside out' approach for achieving Agile with responsible individuals having responsible interactions.

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Carl Weller presents on Agile leadership roles - where do Project Managers and Scrum Masters fit?

by Brendon Livingstone on 28/03/2018 10:00

Agile projects can often be like a first dance lesson where everyone is treading on each other's toes. We often are asked at Equinox IT about the roles of Project Manager and Scrum Master for Agile projects. Are they both needed? What are the boundaries? Should they be combined?

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Simon Bennett presents on why the Responsibility Process® is key to Agile success

by Brendon Livingstone on 15/03/2018 02:30

Agile adoptions and transformations are very common in New Zealand organisations right now, but many find it hard to achieve the buy-in and culture change required to make Agile stick.

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