Organizational Development in 21st century – Meddler’s Game

Organizational Development in the 21st century has been a challenge for many companies. When I talk to C-level or directors, most people are always looking for a future-proof version. As we all know, the 21st

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Leadership Trait “Empathy” – Start with Moving Motivators

If you have followed some of our blogs, you already know, that for us empathy is a leadership skill. Employees see, that their leaders genuinely care, so they more likely trust the leader. If you

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Why external support can help

I do still remember, when I attended my first Certified Scrum Master Class. My then boss demanded to get external support. At that time I was using Scrum already for quite some time in my

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Cost Of Delay – Prioritising product features

Product Managers, Product Owners or Innovators are not to be envied. Any stakeholder usually have a strong opinion about what is most important for the product. In meetings to discuss those priorities, several stakeholders are

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Art of maximizing the amount of work not done

“Simplicity–the art of maximizing the amount of work not done–is essential” The 10th principle of the Agile Manifesto is one of the most difficult one to understand. First of all the formulation is very cumbersome

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Why teams should estimate their work

When we worked with Software teams in Sprint Plannings, we realised, that they usually followed good practices to implement tools to make the planning efficient. But often there was still a misunderstanding of why they

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The Journey of learning why your organisation exists – example semdi solutions, formerly evecoo

When in August 2011 I started to do “my own thing” there were a lot of things which interested me and ideas I wanted to try: Events, Marketing, Websites, non profit, policy making, etc. –

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