A blog for people in organisations.
With useful tips from experts.
What is the importance of customer experience in business-to-business transactions? And how can the overall service be improved?
Is there such a thing as an agile mindset, why is it needed, why should it be changed and what role does a true leader play in this?
What does “making decisions” mean in a VUCA world? And what decision-making techniques help with complicated or complex decisions?
Empowerment and self-organisation sound positive and promise numerous advantages. But the road is often long – what does it depend on in detail?
What are the secrets of successful team development? And how do dysfunctions complement the development phases of teams?
Silo mentality exists in many companies. How does it develop, what are the levels and what can organisations and employees do about it?
How can a maturity model be used to evaluate agile requirements engineering in cross-functional development teams? A field report.
What influence do values and principles have on decisions? Which decision-making techniques help with simple, complicated or complex decisions?
Balancing project work, support and maintenance tasks is a challenge. Kanban combined with Kamishibai allows a holistic view.
For self-organised project teams it is important to know and use decision-making techniques. How do they find the appropriate techniques?
The demand for organisational rebellion is generally considered nonsense. Could rebellious activities nevertheless be useful for organisations in certain areas?
Companies find it difficult to recruit software developers. They often place job advertisements, but the desired applicants stay away. No wonder.
Digital assistants and workers can save a lot of time in requirements management. What tasks can they already take on today?
What rules apply to parental leave? What needs and interests do companies and employees have? And how does the practice work?
New Leadership is a catchword that is increasingly being demanded. Why is New Leadership so important and what characterises it?
Project heroes are celebrated when they rescue endangered projects. But does it have to happen at all? How does project management succeed without heroes?