I want to work with you, not for you.

What does ‘working for someone’ mean to me.

Pretend you didn’t know me, how would you respond?

If this arrived in your inbox in response to a ‘job’ ad, how would you respond – if you even bothered to?

#Startups, do you have a solution looking for a problem?

I’m having a wonderful time being helpful on SoHelpful.me.

Fab.com: It is a fucking startup and…

I read the post that Fab.com’s CEO – Jason Goldberg – published on his Tumblr site and I sought and failed to find a way to comment directly on the post.

How does your company address its organisational history? I’m doing research and would like to learn from you. Pls Share

Hey, I need help!

What Happens Next: Introducing The Improvement Partnership

Following my successful and very insightful 6-week free remote coaching experiment, I am delighted to introduce a new service that is primarily designed for passionate companies who are committed to getting incrementally better – whatever better means for them – and who have tired of the buzzword bingo that is costly and generally ineffectively applied.

My Offer Of Being Helpful A Little Everyday (almost)

What makes the world go around?

My conclusions from doing 30 days of free remote organisation coaching

In December, I made this offer and invited help to learn how it might work.

Why I might not want to work with you

I pride myself on being able to find common ground with most people.

Why You Might Need To Hire Differently To Fix Your Broken Company

Recently I’ve been working on an experiment to learn how to help companies improve by working with them remotely.

Is Your Company Broken?

  Many companies are broken – some deeply.

5 Recent Things I am Learning from My Remote #Coaching Experiment

I have spent the last couple of weeks on the road – travelling to spend two days each with two of the five organisations that are participating in my remote coaching experiment.

3 Things #Agile Teams Can Do Today To Improve #Estimates and #Estimating

Over and over again I find teams and organisations that have a chronic problem with ‘estimation’. It is one of the biggest causes of disharmony and mistrust in organisations I have worked with.

Early lessons from my ’30 days of free #remote #agile #coaching’ experiment

In late December, I announced a really juicy offer of free remote agile coaching for 30 days for organisations willing to help me learn how remote coaching might work and how effective it could be.

Just so you know – #agile training is *not* coaching.

I’m noticing a rather bizarre thing happening in the agile services space.