Over the past few weeks I’ve published on a fortnightly basis three quick revisions of the Agendashift book. I did (and still do) consider it finished, but refinement is always possible and I have been soliciting feedback actively. Thank you Dragan Jojic, Kert Peterson, and Philippe Guenet for your recent comments – most helpful.
A quick run-down of recent changes, many many of them anticipated here on the blog:
- Stronger chapter 5 intro based on the five principles of 21st century change leadership I’ve blogged about recently:
- Made explicit reference to True North
- Described ‘reject fast’ as an alternative to ‘fail fast’
- Referenced the GDS design principles, the inspiration for principle #1, Start with needs. If you go to the Agendashift recommended reading page you’ll see that I’ve added a link.
- Some Clean Language-related tweaks – see Revisions to the book and cue cards
- Numerous minor edits – some on the theme of ‘mutual accountability’, others for the sake of readability
If you have bought the e-book already, you’ll be notified that there’s a new version to download. If you haven’t, get your copy here:
There are PDF, EPUB and MOBI formats available. For iOS devices (iPad and iPhone) I would recommend EPUB for viewing in iBooks in preference to MOBI for Kindle – we are experiencing formatting issues on the Kindle for iOS platform. Other platform combinations are unaffected as far as we know.