At McKenna Consultants, we are like the majority of people who dread the annual 1 to 1 appraisal. Rather than moaning about doing it like we do every year, we decided to explore what we could do instead using some Management 3.0 practices. Read more »

At McKenna Consultants, we are evangelistic about experimenting with new ideas, mixing them with old ones and cherry picking our favourite or most effective ideas from a variety of frameworks, methods and practices. We are not bound to any particular body or framework, instead we opt to implement the best flavour of ideas for each individual customer. Read more »

One of the major drivers for the need for organisations to be more agile, is globalisation meaning that, from a personal point of view, I have the luxury of scouring the internet for the cheapest place to purchase my favourite brand of whey protein, or where my next holiday destination may be. From a the perspective of McKenna Consultants, this increasing pace of change means that we are now competing with computer programmers and agile consultants from around the world, bringing it’s own advantages and disadvantages. Read more »

McKenna Consultants are excited to offer you a fantastic opportunity to become a more effective agile leader by attending the only Management 3.0 two day training course in England outside of London. On completion of the course, you will gain Management 3.0 certification and open your mind to the future of management. The course is priced at a discounted rate of only £650+VAT per delegate. The training course is to be held at the Royal Armouries, Leeds on Thursday 24th and Friday 25th November 2016. Read more »

McKenna Consultants Core Values

At McKenna Consultants, we are proud of our excellent reputation for our solid delivery of high quality software and agile services. We have many underlying principles and values that we believe have contributed to our success. To explore and define these values more thoroughly, we held a team values retrospective at the end of our last sprint. Read more »