Funnily enough, just like with governance itself, there’s both good and bad guidance about governance. Now, “bad” may be in the eye of the beholder for sure, so on this Turkey-day in the US, I’m going to briefly go hunting some sacred cows instead of flightless birds. When I was a kid, my parents used […]
The Organizational Governance Mapper 9000
One of the shows my kids like to watch is Rusty Rivets, where Rusty and his friend Ruby and their team of robots create all kinds of crazy machines out of recycled parts to solve problems (and most of the time, problems they’ve inadvertently created for themselves). For example, Rusty and Ruby get his great […]
Set in stone or styrofoam?
That’s really the question we need to answer when we’re looking to identify the decisions we associate with any individual owner in our complex web of organizational governance. But, like so many other things, we often don’t ask the right question, or, people’s default psychological tendencies make it hard for themselves to know the difference. […]
The two key dimensions of Agile Security
Some people think agile is about going fast and being unconstrained by processes. That’s part of it, but that aspect alone is also not that far from the definition of anarchy: a state of disorder to due the absence of authority. What agile is really about is being able to make effective decisions, and that […]