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The difference between caring and caring enough to do something
Organizations and the people who run them care. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t be gainfully employed. But care doesn’t translate into action. Often we fall off track, get caught in red tape, and give into the status quo and learned helplessness.I help organizations tackle their strategies and practices from a place of caring and understanding that goes beyond what frameworks alone can do. To truly change the behavior of the organization we have to change the people within it and that takes more than just implementing a framework. It takes caring, invitation, inclusivity to implement action, and supportive interaction each step of the journey. Let’s transition together! GET STARTED NOW
What My Clients Say
“Natalie was able to relate many of the complex concepts to stories about real life – her experience or situations she has come in contact with. She is extremely well-read and her passion for the topics really came through in her instructions.”
SAFe Class Attendee
Financial services company
“Your professionalism and demeanor working with all our team was very much appreciated. Thank you for helping us lay the groundwork and evangelize the value of getting our group together regularly.”
Kim S. – Digital Product Leader
Audi of America
Natalie was brought into our organization to analyze how Agile was implemented and was functioning. She interviewed several individuals and groups throughout the organization, provided an in depth analysis, and proposed strategic steps for an implementation plan moving forward. She is very adept at communicating and evoking opinions from individuals at every level of an organization. She has a passion for her work, and at every step of the way, she acknowledged our company needs.
Former Client – Agile Coach
Utility services company
Formerly known as Confessions of a ScrumMaster, my blog has been named as one of the best project management blogs by Capterra and Paymo to name a few.
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