Posts Tagged ‘Agile’

Dec 25 – Behind the scenes


Wow, it is Christmas day and I made it. The Lean/Agile Advent Calendar is to an end. I have publish a new blog post for all the 24 days running up to Christmas. It has been really fun but also quite hard and stressful at times.

Today I would like to share a bit about how I have made this Lean/Agile Advent Calendar. Read more…

Dec 24 – Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year


It finally 24th of December and Christmas eve. It is the last official day of Advent Calendars. In Sweden Christmas eve is the day we really celebrate Christmas. It is today we give each other gifts and usually have the big family Christmas dinner.

Today I will leave you with some of my favorite quotes. Read more…

Dec 23 – Shu-Ha-Ri – the learning cycle


Shu-Ha-Ri is a way of thinking about how you learn and teach a new practice, technique or a new way of thinking. Read more…

Dec 22 – Some Lean and Agile formulas to hang in your Christmas tree


I recently read Lead With Respect: A Novel of Lean Practice by Michael Ballé and Freddy Ballé. That book had a few formulas that I thought was good. I then, just for fun, started to look for other formulas in my other books. In this post you find a sample of what I found. Read more…

Dec 21 – Two gifts that transformed my view on Lean


In the last four years there are two clear pivot points for my view on Lean. Read more…

Dec 20 – Tools are not the goal, they should help reach the real goal

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“The purpose of kanban is to eliminate the kanban.”

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Dec 19 – Traditions, Rituals and Kata a way to pass on knowledge


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