In a fixed scope project we can pack research and analysis into a phase upfront and thereby control the spending, but how should we do it in a continuous agile setup?Read More
Gallup found 90% of people in Western Europe are not engaged at work. If their study was conducted in the early 1800’s, during the first wave of industrialization which pushed millions of people into unrelenting factory jobs, you might expect it. It was carried out in 2017, which makes it almost unfathomable given the billions spent on culture, leadership and engagement annually.Read More
There is always a lot at stake, when you are starting a new project, and several questions often arise quite naturally. Is the team structure right? On the client side as well as on the vendor side? Have we clearly defined the project, what about the budget and scope?
In my experience, it’s often completely different questions that need answering, when embarking on a new projectRead More
Agile has been with us for more than ten years. At its core, it relies heavily on adaptiveness. So why are so many organizations still trying to implement agile the way it was done ten years ago?Read More
Bureaucracy in a collaboration can really hinder progress in particular when it comes to the tricky client-agency relationship.Read More
Quite a few years ago I saw a famous slide that simply said:
“Old organisation + new technology = expensive old organisation”Read More