Monthly Archives: March 2016

XOIT – Assigning people to roles by following our first XOIT implementation principle and running scenarios.

In one of my previous posts I mentioned the 4 principles that are guiding our XOIT implementation, and the first one is: changing how we are operating and are organized, but not what we are doing. Over the past week … Continue reading

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XOIT – Presenting the concept of a Lead and Representative to the team

During our last IT team meeting we presented the suggested groups and roles that we see as needed in order to reach our IT purpose.┬á At the same meeting we also introduced the concept of Group Leads and Group Representatives. … Continue reading

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Working in the Lab

Now we have a way to know who is working on challenging cool project ­čÖé

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XOIT – Working on daily activities

After working on our new proposed structure and presenting the first draft to the team, the leadership focus last week was on writing new processes to provide guidance on performing daily activities; specifically looking at the daily activities for IT … Continue reading

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Using Quibble.it for getting real-time feedback from our customers

Ready to be rolled out to a test group ­čÖé

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XOIT – First presentation to the entire IT group

After two intense months we managed to finish the proposal of our new IT structure. We discussed all the groups and roles and were ready to get feedback from the team. After putting it to a vote the team preferred … Continue reading

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