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#JAFAC

EPiC attends #JAFAC in Wellington

Last week, EPiC attended Nomad8 #JAFAC – a refreshingly different conference & unconference event! Insights that were straight talking, honest, frank, gritty, heartfelt and occasionally downright funny were shared. Strong themes at this event was Leadership and doing good in the world. Highlights for us – The Book of Dave unearthed by Nigel Dalton, as […]

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ING Agile

How ING is taking on the big four using Agile

ING has been a huge hit with Australians since introducing no ATM transaction fees and being heavily featured in the book The Barefoot Investor, which has sold over 1.5m copies. The author, Scott Pape, wrote how ING achieved “a record 50% jump in customers this year” ,whether by coincidence, after his book hit store shelves. […]

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Jody Weir

Find Your Career Path: Do The Things That Interest You

The Iconic‘s Head of Agility, Jody Weir, explains how she found her career path. This was filmed at the International Women’s Day 2019 – Women In Agile Afternoon Tea. You can watch the full video of the event on YouTube here. Watch the video…

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rubber balls vs crystal balls

Balancing Life Priorities? Focus On Your Crystal Balls

When The Iconic‘s Head of Agility, Jody Weir, was asked what her greatest career achievement was, she shared a story about rubber balls and crystal balls. “In our life, there are rubber balls which are things like work and then there are crystal balls which are your health, family and relationships“, she said. “The rubber […]

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Why you should have breakfast with your team

For Feel The Love Friday, I’d like to share a simple bonding experience the EPiC tribe have every week. We have breakfast together. It’s so simple but the benefits are incredible. For the EPiC tribe, we are dispersed over three countries and numerous workplaces that have their own work cultures. But connecting in one place […]

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What is culture-hacking and why should you care?

You can be super-smart at Agile and know everything about taxonomies and scaling but all that knowledge doesn’t always bring people together. There’s a movement called culture-hacking and it is about making human beings bond. And there’s lots of ways to do this.  Having lots of fun is a great way to bring unity because […]

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