The official blog of Adam Mattis
Welcome to the official blog of Adam Mattis. Through the years I have learned a lot, broken even more, gained insight to the world, and have built and tested some pretty cool things. This blog serves as a consolidation of those experiences for your enjoyment, enlightenment, and for my own record. Enjoy!
It’s a crisp Wednesday morning as I walk down the hallway of another client intent on reinventing their offering and approach to customer engagement. They say all of the right words, but do their organizational behaviors match the intent? Then, I see it, there in the distance. The glow coming from behind highly secured doors sitting in close proximity to the executive suite: the Innovation Lab. At that moment I know that I have a lot of work ahead of me.
Organizations have been conflicted along their Agile journey, at odds with many of their own policies. With the broad-based adoption of Agile principles in product development, the ever-intensifying rate of change in a 2018 business environment, and record-low unemployment rates, the time has come, for Agile HR.
We were tracked, researched, and reported on from birth through our graduation day. The class of 2000. We were the generation who would make a difference. Was the world ready?
Generation X was sold the concept of the corporate ladder and career pathing. Unfortunately for these professionals, the idea of the corporate ladder has been
As a consultant, I am paid to know the answers. Though, that is not always the case. Sometimes I need to figure things out, and other times I don’t know. For the longest time, this drove intense, and almost paralyzing feelings of imposter syndrome. Here are 8 techniques that I used to get over it. They worked for me, and they will work for you too! -Adam 1. ACCEPT THAT YOU HAVE HAD A ROLE IN YOUR SUCCESS Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, you are there as a result of your hard work.
Management Consulting. The job that makes soon-to-be MBA’s salivate. While the job provides amazing opportunity and the work is intrinsically rewarding, it does come with a price. Here are ten truths I have learned about Management Consulting in my 15 years in the field.
If you enjoy the official blog of Adam Mattis, check out some of the contributions I have made to others:
Digital.ai: Avoid Failure to Launch: Kick-Start Your Next Initiative
Digital.ai: Demystifying Value Streams