While AJC typically helps with Execution or Implementation work as (Agile) Project Managers and Change Managers, there is much strategic and prioritization effort involved before we can truly get to this phase of work.
AJC’s Playbook tells how AJC recommends sifting through those aspects of strategic preparation as well as practical implementation or execution so that when organizations roll up their sleeves to get work done, they have a high degree of confidence that they are spending time implementing the most value-added initiatives for the current situation.
The following topics will be discussed in articles that break down the AJC Playbook in a Question-and-Answer format that will lead the reader through short and digestible segments of our methodology:
- Foundational Values and the Leadership Team
- Agile Ideation and Alignment
- Focused Execution or Implementation and Accountability
- Communications and Change Management
- Continuous Improvement
It also may be helpful to assess the Leadership Team’s Working Genius® profiles and understand how they complement each other before going forward. This knowledge of what brings each person joy and fulfillment in their work, coupled with what is frustrating to each person, will help bring awareness and understanding to the remainder of the process, and allows for team members to participate in the most impactful ways going forward. We will share a “Working Genius Note” for each article in the Playbook to address these nuances.
As readers progress through these articles, it is our hope that they will find a stronger sense of purpose, joy, and connection to others through work they feel called to do.
AJC Playbook Running Table of Contents: