Category Archives: Thinking tools

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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Jeff Bezos On Why It’s Always Day 1 at Amazon

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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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Can anyone …

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Learn how computers add numbers and build a 4 bit adder circuit

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Evaluate your technical debt with Sonar

Before introducing this Sonar plugin, here are few funny and relevant quotes on the concept : Maintaining an application without any unit tests is like borrowing money each time you add or change a line of code Skipping design phase … Continue reading

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5 years leanlabs.com

I’ve almost forgot the 5th birthday of leanlabs.com First post was Jack be Agile – Jack be Lean

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Must-Read Books on the History of Software Engineering

Must-Read Books on the History of Software Engineering really cool list! i’ve started with

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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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