Category Archives: Lean

Agility: mindset makeovers are critical

The divisional general manager looked at me quizzically as we discussed characteristics of agile organizations. I could see the manager, who had led several thousand people over two decades, was struggling to process such notions as autonomous teams, rapid experimentation … Continue reading

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prof. Dave Snowden – Cynefin in practice

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Official Intelligence

In his letter to shareholders last spring, Jeff Bezos explained his longstanding mantra “It’s still Day 1” by describing Day 2: “Day 2 is stasis. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline. Followed by death. And that is why … Continue reading

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The Chief Product Owner on Large Agile Projects

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DevOps test that easily can be done on team level

This checklist is comprised of 48 items you can use to gauge the maturity of your software delivery competency, and form a baseline to measure your future improvements. It’s not meant to say “you’re failing DevOps” or deprive you of … Continue reading

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The 18 Characteristics of a Great Product Owner

A Great Product Owner… Embraces the product vision. A great Product Owner represents the customers voice and creates a product vision together with the stakeholders. Every decision is taken with the product vision in mind. This ensures sustainable product development, … Continue reading

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A Field Study of Technical Debt

Complexity is the main hurdle which we need to overcome. Really great article

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Dave Snowden | How not to manage complexity

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Don Reinertsen @ The Lean Startup Conference 2013

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Red Queen Hypothesis

Red Queen Hypothesis brings interesting view point to modern industry / enterprise as well.

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