Category Archives: Thinking tools

Dave Snowden | How not to manage complexity

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Red Queen Hypothesis

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

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The art of giving – career advices from Bob Marley

Most people think, Great god will come from the skies, Take away everything And make everybody feel high – Bob Marley Even in modern and well educated societies, we are failing again and again in to the trap described by … Continue reading

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State of Kanban 2012 – Town-hall with David Anderson!

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Lean Analytics: Using data to build a better startup faster

the book is great as well

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OODA Loop

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The Practical Science of Batch Size by Donald Reinertsen

Of all the ideas of Lean, batch size reduction is the most important economically. Yet, few product developers understand it. More

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THE 22 MINUTE MEETING by Nicole Steinbok

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leanlabs two years jubilee

and bonus some Programming Paradigms for Stanford

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Theory of Constraints and Software Engineering

In this post we will introduce the Theory of Constraints (TOC) and start looking at how it can be applied to software engineering management. TOC is most well known for its so called “Five Focusing Steps”, and often that process … Continue reading

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