Lean-Agile Values Compared

Today, for my own personal growth and agile learning, I gathered values from the most known lean-agile and scaled frameworks. I’ll publish this, in case someone wants to refresh their memory on the values. “Try not to become a man of success. Rather become a man of value.” ― Albert Einstein For the sake of […]

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Lean Thinking in Rymdkapsel

I recently “re-found” a game from a few years back: Rymdkapsel. This swedish (rymd=space) retro-style game is quite addictive in with its ethereal soundscape and peculiarly slow-moving pace. This game is extremely well designed and creates a lot with minimal visual cues, such as with the slowly rotating star field. The aim of the game […]

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The People’s Scrum

This is a book review of  Tobias Mayer‘s (et al.) is a fascinating book People’s Scrum. I’ve heard of it many times, but only came to read it this Christmas. The the actual texts are almost 10 years old, first written as blog posts by Mr. Mayer – so a reader better conceptualise that many […]

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