Now, how can you get all these Agile & Lean Product Development Topics and some descriptive texts on a single, beautiful, comprehensive, and elegant A0-sized poster?
Just say no to make your yes mean something. Spending your limited time on the things that really matter creates a more intentional and solid yes, builds trust and coherence. If you believe that you must keep your promises, overdeliver and treat every commitment as though it’s an opportunity for a transformation, then the […]
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Somehow, I always have disliked radar charts. They connect unassociated dots and I find them antique remnants from the past millennium. They yearn for a fresh new look. Pondering and visualizing, I came up with the ‘”’flower chart”’’. The unfolding of the flower shows its gradual development, adds the time laps or ‘Zeitgeist’ to it. […]
This just in, a [http://www.tut.com/inspiration/nftu Note from the Universe] captures the essence of agile: Start it; you don’t have to be fancy. Keep moving; you don’t have to go crazy. Visualize; you don’t have to admit it. See the end result; it doesn’t have to be material. Expect miracles; they don’t have to be huge. […]
General Stanley McCrystal from the U.S. Joint Special Operations Task Force in [https://hbr.org/2015/08/what-companies-can-learn-from-military-teams HBR » What Companies Can Learn from Military Teams]: I still believe in rehearsals, but I’ve learned they have a different value. When I joined the Army Rangers in 1985 we’d rehearse airfield seizure operations—we’d parachute in wearing night vision goggles, and […]