We’ve all experienced it. You’ve finally managed to get on to that big ‘to do’ that’s been glaring at you for the last few weeks. You’ve found some time, you’re in the zone, but almost as soon as you’ve started, you feel a pair of eyes on you waiting for you to look up…
You may notice, Nimble has had a little bit of a facelift! 💁🏼🥰 A nip here, a tuck there (but definitely no filler!👄), and we’ve got ourselves a brand new image
The other day, Dan Roberts and I went out to meet two of our ‘Nimblers’ for lunch. Not to deliver bad news, not to talk money or contract extensions, but just to see how they were, and how they were enjoying their job. This got me to thinking. Mostly about mental health and wellbeing. How many companies or organisations do you know who would completely forego that side of employing a person?
Nimble HQ went down to sunny Cambridge to check out this year’s Agile Cambridge, and it’s safe to say we had an awesome time!
We’re delighted to announce a significant highlight of our action packed summer - launching our third Nimble community in the thriving city of Manchester.
Hello there! I’m Vic and I’ve joined the Nimble community this week as Operations Specialist. I’m 5”6 (if we’re being generous), my hair colour is ‘tinge of the ginge’, and I enjoy outdoor adventures and musicals…oh and managing all things operations and marketing!
So something I've wanted to do for a while is start a Community arm of Nimble. I've wanted to get in a comfortable place though where I feel we can invest time and effort in doing this and avoid trying to discipline myself whilst growing a fast paced business and ultimately; let's face it, doing it half heartedly.
Hi all, I'm Joel and have recently had the privilege of joining the Nimble family as Head of Commercial, which is the corporate way of referring to a man who wears lots of hats, or spins lots of plates ***insert other witty analogy here***
I feel it's true of running a lean people driven collective (like I am now) and I had the same feeling when I think back to being a member of a cross functional delivery team. The beauty of a team who have different skills is that everyone thinks in different ways and therefore each brings something different to the collective pot.
Last month saw the 2 year anniversary of the leap I made to start growing Nimble, beyond the brand I set up whilst freelancing. When I reflected a year ago, Nimble was just starting to grow as an independent collective. Just when I thought we couldn’t beat the crazy adrenaline rush of 2017, 2018 turned up and surpassed all expectations for the team here at Nimble.