When I’m working with teams and organizations I always emphasize the importance of values that contribute to minimizing time to market and the ability to quickly respond to changing needs. In this post I will explain why I think understanding and applying these working values are critical for business success in general. Continue reading “Values matter… a lot”
When I talk to people that have been recently introduced to Scrum, I hear the following question almost every time:
‘Can you tell me how I should apply Scrum in my team and organization?’
It’s a very logical question. We have been educated most of our lives by being instructed what to do, and then simply doing it. Scrum is a different cup of tea though. Continue reading “How to apply Scrum in your business”
It took me some time to figure out, but I’ve found the most important reason why organizations find it so difficult to improve: they tend to fix the wrong problems. And what’s even worse: they tend to think they are fixing the right problems. Ignorance is not always a blessing… Continue reading “Improve the IQ of your organization”
What do you need to get a job done?
You need the right tools and the right skills (and you might need some form of process – more about that later). But the wrong tools in the right hands is a recipe for disaster. Continue reading “Are you a prisoner of your tools?”
We live in a fast-paced world nowadays. Uncertainty about even the near future seems to have become the norm. In order for companies to survive in the long run they need to respond to the continuously changing environment they operate in. Continue reading “Developing software vs. running a business”