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Make a big IMPACT with products and projects!

Originally posted on TechTwoBiz:
Impact mapping can help you build products and deliver projects that make an impact, not just ship software. Impact mapping is a strategic planning technique that prevents organisations from getting lost while building products and delivering projects, by clearly communicating assumptions,…

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A True North for Lean-Agile?

There are many manifestos written, principles and values. I sympathise a lot with this: Imagine… everyone able to work consistently at their best:  • Individuals, teams, between teams, across the organisation  • Right conversations, right people, best possible moment  • Needs anticipated, met at just… Read More

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Ik geloof in de aangeboren waarde en het potentieel van alle mensen. Ik geloof dat Agile is een mentaliteit die me oriënteert in de richting van menselijke excellentie. Ik geloof dat mijn eigen transformatie het pad is om anderen te transformeren, organisaties te transformeren en… Read More

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This was Leancamp Brussels 1st edition

LeanCamp is an Open Conference where the worlds of Lean Startup, design thinking, lean innovation, agile and customer experience are connected. This format is famous across the world for its unleashing of crossovers, knowledge and creating a vibe in the startup community. What’s an open… Read More

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Empty my cup of tea

Originally posted on Hadrian's Agile Wall:
Nan-in, a Japanese master during the Meiji era (1868-1912), received a university professor who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in served tea. He poured his visitor’s cup full, and then kept on pouring. The professor watched the overflow…

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The Agile landscape – should we care?

Yes, “agile” is an umbrella term, the word was chosen by the signatories of the agile manifesto. Who-ever would be referring to the agile method, doesn’t understand what agile refers to. The existence of many agile methods, frameworks and approaches (no, Scrum is not the… Read More