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All those colorful sticky notes on the wall and window – what’s the point again?
It doesn’t help. From time to time, we need to do an inventory. And that includes the bookshelf, I’m afraid. … Read More “May (MUST!) Stay: David Byrne”How Music Works””
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What are the most important tools for my work? This time: The good old Happiness Index.
Provide what customers want and how they need it. THE decisive success factor. And yet often out of focus. How … Read More “Drill? Hole? Picture on the wall? The Principle of Jobs To Be Done (JTBD)”
Is It Possible to Consult in an Agile Way? Probably Not. So What to Do Instead?
“A world made completely available would not only be unattractive, it would also be without resonance: There would be nothing … Read More “This Is a Good Book: Unverfügbarkeit by Hartmut Rosa”
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?”