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Hey, all you self-optimizing, neuroscience-fascinated socializers out there: Have a great weekend!
Many managers and employees wonder what management means within an Agile working environment. What is the difference when it comes … Read More “Is There Such a Thing as Agile Management?”
Barry Schwartz: Why we work. Barry Schwartz: The way we think about work is broken
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Today, Agile structures are often ahead of hierarchies. They are faster, more flexible, better. That’s mainly because teams organize themselves, … Read More “Does Agility Push Us to Self-Exploitation?”
Often enough, it’s very difficult for us to address issues of concern and unresolved conflicts. Why? Isn’t that strange? After … Read More “Conflicts and Saber-Toothed Tigers are Both Super Dangerous for Teams”
I’ve often talked about how important music is for me and my life. What fascinates me so much about music? … Read More “Into the Weekend On A High – Wonders of Music #2”
You are supposed to work Agile? You fancy it yourself? Now you have a few more questions? You’re not alone. … Read More “Is It Possible to Implement Agile in Parts?”
How to be successful in times of uncertain change? The second part on smart change management.
“Whenever the environment changes, stability is deadly.” Peter Kruse
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Projects only work when people are involved. How do you get them to participate? Be easy to follow. Very simple, … Read More “Participation for Dummies: Walk Your Talk. And Talk Your Walk.”