I’m happy to announce that the collection of business transformation essays called LESS!, that I co-authored, is now published.

It is free and you can get it here. LESS!_cover

When you have read it, please write a review at GoodReads.

This is a book of twelve essays written by me and my co-authors who all work in the trenches, building business, coaching leaders and shaping the future. This book contains the following main topics:

  • Beyond Budgeting–Changing the way the organization is managed from command and control to an empowered, adaptive and agile model
  • Radical Management–Rethink the fundamental assumptions about management
  • Strategic Navigation–Use OODA Loops and the ancient Chinese 36 Stratagems to outthink the competition
  • Lean–Do more with LESS! resources
  • Agile–working software, no pain
  • Systems Thinking–An easier, better way to think about organizations
  • Complexity Thinking–Radical insights about organizations and management coming from the complexity sciences
    The title of my essay is “Standard work in Software development”. In this essay I explore the application of the Lean tool called Standard work in software development. You can find my blog posts on the subject here.
    I want to give a special thank you to Henrik Mårtensson for his tireless efforts of editing and making the book ready for publishing. Thank you!

Dan Bergh Johnsson@danbjson

Bjarte Bogsnes@bbogsnes

Peter Bunce

Steve Denning@stevedenning

Ola Ellnestam@ellnestam

Håkan Forss@hakanforss

Brian Hawkes

Maarit Laanti

Henrik Mårtensson@Kallokain

Karl Scotland@kjscotland

Ari-Pekka Skarp@apskarp

James Sutton@LeanSE

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