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  • Q&A on the Book Competing with Unicorns

    The book Competing with Unicorns by Jonathan Rasmusson explores the culture of tech unicorns like Google, Amazon, and Spotify, and dives into the techniques and practices that they use to develop software.

  • Q&A on the Book Retrospectives for Everyone

    The book Retrospectives for Everyone by Madhavi Ledalla explains how metaphors can be used to foster reflection and result in actions in agile retrospectives. The book provides examples of metaphors that can for instance be used to nurture teamwork, manage change, focus on objectives and personal reflection, and also provides recommendations for facilitating retrospectives beyond a single team.

  • Innovation Startups Modeling Agile Culture

    Innovation is not only about the most advanced technology; management and processes are the new era of startups' innovation. To mix the power of the data and the importance of people to offer business intelligence is a key point nowadays. The result is not only the most important thing; the way you do it is more important. To be agile is to adapt to today's market.

  • Q&A on the Book Leading Lean

    Leading Lean by Jean Dahl describes a journey that leaders can embark on to respond to disruptive change. It leads them through the six dimensions of leading self, others, the customer, and the enterprise, by creating an innovative culture that delivers value. It provides not just the theory behind Modern Lean, but also practical methods, tools, strategies, and case studies.

  • Q&A on the Book Testing Business Ideas

    The book Testing Business Ideas by David Bland and Alex Osterwalder provides experiments that can be used to find out if your product ideas are desirable, viable and feasible. Experimentation also helps to reduce the risk and increase the likelihood of success of new venture or business projects.

  • Q&A on the Book: The Technology Takers – Leading Change in the Digital Era

    The Technology Takers – Leading Change in the Digital Era by Jens P. Flanding, Genevieve M. Grabman, and Sheila Q. Cox explains how organizations can achieve competitive advantage through their speed and flexibility in adopting technology. It prescribes a change management approach for adapting workplace behaviors to market-dominating technology to maximize its benefits.

  • Being an Ethical Software Engineer

    Our lives are improving because of technology. Software engineering is one of the more influencing practices we have today that is shaping society, but it doesn’t look like the industry is owning this social responsibility. At the end of the day, it’s not just about being better developers, but rather about being better people.

  • Cultivating a Learning Organisation

    This article explores how creating an internal culture of experimentation and learning enabled a company to keep pace with the rapid iterations in tech that have become the regular way we do business. It shows that psychological safety is a key component of the learning organisation; employees need to be able to experiment and learn from any outcome - without fear that failure will be punished.

  • Q&A on the Book Designing the Future

    The book Designing the Future by James Morgan and Jeffrey Liker shows how companies are using Lean Product and Process Development to create new products and services and become innovative. It explores how to get the most from LPPD by developing a system of people, process and the right tools at the right time.

  • Q&A on the Book Unlocking Agility

    In the book Unlocking Agility, Jorgen Hesselberg explores how to embrace agility in large organizations and what can be done to remove impediments across the enterprise. It provides practical advice, resources and guidance with real-life examples of successes and failures from companies across a variety of industries.

  • Evidence-Based Management Guide - Updated

    The Evidence-Based Management Guide provides a framework for organizations to measure, manage, and increase the value they derive from their product delivery. The updated version includes a new key value area called Unrealized Value and provides example measures that organizations can use to find their own measures that fit their context.

  • Space as an Enabler - Coworking as a Mindset

    Coworking is a mindset that describes the future of work. The coworking manifesto provides a framework of values to create sustainable communities based on trust, where businesses, entrepreneurs, governmental and non-governmental and technical communities can work together.

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