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Viable Leadership – Basic Questions

A nano manifesto for Viable Leadership The one who contributes leads – forget the organigram.   Four basic questions of Leadership "What must be done? ...is more important than... "What do I want to do?" "Is this the right thing to do?" ...takes precedence over... "How do employees, clients, and shareholders value my work?" "What contribution [...]

Post Agile Era

Beyond Agile? Some wild speculations Agile is (almost) a commodity. Many young folks coming fresh from the university know nothing else than the agile way of working. Being agile is in many IT/Digital related areas the new normal. Sometimes it works well, sometimes it does not, but nobody who has got the taste of it [...]

An Agile Team as Viable System

The basic structure of an Agile Team Every Scrum Master, Agile Coach or how ever you call the role of an "Agilist" knows the situation: There is a new team or even a team of teams which wants to learn the new way of working. Usually, there is some sort of a kickoff - the [...]

Von |2020-05-24T12:23:31+00:00Mai 24th, 2020|Kategorien: Grundsätzliches, Kybernetik|Tags: , , |2 Kommentare

On Bullshit – updated english version

On Bullshit Bullshit (BS) is often interpreted as nonsensical facts. The use of empty words is a common characteristic of BS. The term is generally used as a placeholder for contexts like humbug, knickknack, frippery or mumbo jumbo. BS always has something arbitrary and is characterized by vagueness. It pretends to be profoundly knowledgeable to [...]

Von |2020-05-03T21:30:58+00:00Mai 3rd, 2020|Kategorien: Grundsätzliches|Tags: , , , |0 Kommentare

Julia and Mandelbrot for Free

Fractint Nostalgia As part of my adaptation process in these times I share my favorite images of fractals - which were rendered in the last weeks (total computing time ca. 150hs on a i7 Mac Book Pro (2015)). Maybe you enjoy looking at them, or you want to use them as a background, for business [...]

Von |2020-04-30T20:24:30+00:00April 30th, 2020|Kategorien: Grundsätzliches, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |0 Kommentare

MS Planner for Remote Collaboration

Creative usage of MS Planner During the last two weeks of remote work I learned two further ways on how to work with MS Planner (which is part of the Office365 package). Again I want to show a creative use case of how to use tools which are usually available in many companies. While more [...]

Von |2020-03-30T20:08:19+00:00März 30th, 2020|Kategorien: Experimente|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Kommentare

Creative Remote Collaboration with PowerPoint

Creative usage of Office365 In times which are dominated by COVID-19 I wanted to share how to use Office365 (or Goole, if you have it) for remote workshops. I want to propose tools which are easily available and easy to share. Therefore, these two come to mind. Of course there is much more out there, [...]

Von |2020-03-15T15:56:25+00:00März 15th, 2020|Kategorien: Beratung|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Kommentare

Viable Leadership

The Viable System Model and Leadership This post contains an excerpt of the book „Responsible leadership in a complex world“ (Zitat, so far only available in German) which is a co-production of Peter Gomez, Timo Meynhardt and me. Our work used the Viable System Model to offer a framework for Reflective Practitioners (according to the [...]

Setting a goal with a range

Key Results and the Estimation of Metrics Nowadays it is almost standard to use OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) in Agile Organizations. It is claimed that this goal-setting-philosophy enables a true delivery/product organization, since the "simple" application of agile working practices like Scrum or Kanban is not enough to align huge working systems towards a [...]

Von |2019-12-17T17:38:18+00:00November 25th, 2019|Kategorien: Grundsätzliches, Kybernetik|Tags: , , , , , , , |2 Kommentare