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Ashby’s Law of Requisite Variety

The Story of Requisite Variety for Reflective Practitioners It is a real pity that the idea of Requisite Variety is almost unknown. From my perspective, it is astonishing that almost no one with a degree in business has heard about it, not to talk about many Agile or Lean folks. It is insofar unbelievable, as [...]

Von |2020-10-20T04:36:46+00:00Oktober 18th, 2020|Kategorien: Grundsätzliches, Kybernetik|Tags: , , , , |1 Kommentar

Lambertz Lessons Learned PT II

A heavily biased list of Agile Principles Some of you probably know about the Agile Manifesto, which is sometimes referred as the ultimate source for agile principles and corresponding values. While it does provides valuable insights, I have here and there the feeling that it is not sufficient. Naturally every Manifesto is incomplete, if it’s [...]

Von |2018-06-04T21:51:47+00:00Juni 4th, 2018|Kategorien: Grundsätzliches|Tags: , , , |0 Kommentare