Bruce Eckfeldt is a consultant, coach, author, and speaker on organizational development and performance management. Originally an architect, he was a pioneer in the use of computer-aided design and 3D modeling. He transitioned to software design and development converting his spatial problem-solving skills to informational architecture and user experience design.
Seeing the need for a more fast-paced and innovative approach to technology development, Bruce was an early adopter of Extreme Programming (an early Agile/Lean software methodology). He advanced the field as an early contributor to the Agile Conference and as the founder of Cyrus Innovation in 2003, one of the first Agile/Lean development consulting firms.
After more than a decade of developing products and coaching companies adopting Agile/Lean practices, such as Extreme Programming, Scrum, Kanban, and other Lean methodologies, Bruce sold Cyrus in 2014 to focus on broader organizational development initiatives.
Today, Bruce works with startups and high-growth companies to develop business and operational strategy, talent planning, and performance coaching. His expertise includes growing leadership teams, planning and developing middle management, accelerating high-performance individuals, and coaching teams to higher performance.
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What Makes Successful Entrepreneurs Tick: The Five Attributes Of Highly Successful Entrepreneurs And How You Can Apply Them To Your Business
Key Factors of High Performance Teams: The Five Things That Great Teams Do That Drive Performance
Practical Processes for Innovation: How to Make Innovation Happen At Every Meeting, Every Day
The Mindset of Management: How To Treat Your People So They Will Do Anything You Ask
The Twelve Disciplines of Business Growth: The Dozen Things You Need To Get Right To Scale Your Company
Rethinking Personal Productivity: It's Not How Much You Get Done, It's The Value Of What You Get Done
One-Day Annual Planning Intensive: Develop your key priorities for the coming year to drive your business growth
Quarterly Goal Setting One-Day: Define your 90-day objectives and key results so you can hit the ground running
Project Retrospective (1/2 -1 day): Review and learn from the past so you can get better in the future
Team Launch/Reboot (1-2 days): Get your team off on the right foot, or reboot your current team, by getting clear on objectives and defining roles/processes
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