Flow: Get Everyone Moving in the Right Direction...And Loving It

Flow: Get Everyone Moving in the Right Direction...And Loving It


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Simple is rarely easy to implement.

However, as a recent Flow trainee puts it, “Flow ‘plays nice’ with everyone! And, it will enable you to successfully customize and implement whatever solution you choose.”

Flow is the distillation of over fifty years of successful, hands-on experience that has delivered more than 100 million US dollars in value-add to companies in Europe, the United States, and Asia. Putting Flow into practice, one company increased profit $550,000 in one year on $2.5 million of revenue, and a large Asian telecom turned around a mission critical project from a projected 2-year schedule overrun and 300% budget increase to delivering seven months early and $4 million under the original budget in a 90-day period.

Ted and Andrew Kallman unify Traditional management and Agile methodologies enabling successful results, regardless of the existing leadership framework. Simple and easy to understand, Flow helps individuals, teams, and organizations create and sustain high performance.

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ISBN-13: 9781683506454
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 04/03/2018
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Ted and Andrew Kallman are the co-authors of the Amazon best seller The Nehemiah Effect. Ancient Wisdom from the World’s First Agile Projects. It has been a #1 National Best Seller on Amazon.com in the US during six different months since it was published in February of 2014 in 4 sub-categories. It was also included as one of the must-read books for Agile Coaches in a survey conducted by Spotify in 2015. Both Ted and Andrew are well-known conference keynote speakers in the Project Management and Agile communities world-wide. Ted is also co-author of Project Management Professionals are Coloring Outside the Lines with Jeff Tobe, which was given as a gift to all 1,100 international leaders for the Project Management Institute’s Leader’s Conference in October 2015. Ted currently resides in Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Andrew in Stockholm, Sweden.

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