Integral Agile

InsideOutAgile takes a balanced and Integral view toward the development of self-managing and purpose-evolving organizational systems, practices, and interactions needed to support achieving your goals to grow and scale.

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Working “from the inside out” means providing both strategic and tactical focus on Leadership & Mindset capacity and capabilities as well as Organizational Culture & Relationships maturity within the organization. From this viewpoint, our focus is on developing individuals and organizational systems needed to support the emergent Practices & Behaviour as well as Organizational Architecture being adopted. For Evolutionary-Teal organizations, this means developing self-managing, purpose evolving, and wholeness oriented individuals and organizational systems.

Why work from the Inside Out?

Environmental and social impact mission driven organizations require a fundamental shift in how people within the organization react to and address increasing levels of complexity, uncertainty, ambiguity, and volatility within their day to day work. This includes significant changes at all levels in the organization in how people work together to make and communicate decisions, set priorities, intake work, as well as resolve conflicts and concerns collectively both inside and outside the organization.

By intentionally nurturing a culture of wholeness and collective leadership (over individual or collective conditioned tendencies) – organizations can genuinely accelerate their ability have a positive environmental and social impact in the world.

This isn’t a “one size fits all offering” – working from the inside out means working together to build a system that supports the growth and maturity of your emerging leaders and culture.

Book recommendations: Evolvagility: Growing an Agile Leadership Culture from the Inside Out by Michael Hamman; Agile Transformation: Using the Integral Agile Transformation Framework to Think and Lead Differently by: Michael K. Spayd and Michelle Madore;