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In this podcast episode of Rewired for Success, where we continue our series of interviews with professionals from established businesses.
Join me as I discuss ‘the power of the team’ with Doc Norton, CEO of OnBelay. OnBelay provides process coaching for teams and leaders to companies where software delivery is a strategic advantage. Doc Norton and I share the same belief that with the power of a team, anything is possible. Doc Norton is also a published author of the book, “Escape Velocity”
Key points from this week’s podcast episode include:
- How OnBelay helps developers improve their code-writing skills and allows organisations to think about how they deliver and organise their products
- Converting your passion into a business and applying your strengths to overcome difficulties in business and your everyday life
- How to reorganise the structure of your organisation to drive out 'bad behaviours' and improve efficiency
- The difference between working with enterprises Vs working with start-ups
- Understanding that you have to think strategically and plan for unpredictable outcomes
- The ‘Real Options Theory’ and how you can use it to recognise your options at the right time
- Why your team should depend on autonomy, connection, excellence and diversity to make smarter business decisions
- Doc Norton reveals information about his latest book, ‘Escape Velocity’ and how you can use metrics to advance software delivery
If you would like to find out more, click here.