Constructivism says: objectivity is an impossibility because each individual constructs his or her own reality. What does this mean for organisations?
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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.
Balancing project work, support and maintenance tasks is a challenge. Kanban combined with Kamishibai allows a holistic view.
The demand for organisational rebellion is generally considered nonsense. Could rebellious activities nevertheless be useful for organisations in certain areas?
Digital assistants and workers can save a lot of time in requirements management. What tasks can they already take on today?
Remote retrospectives often pose challenges for organisations. Which tips and principles help in practice? A field report.
Do you want to improve your situational actions in unexpected situations? Then you should train your learning by doing. A look at starship Enterprise will help you do this.
The 5 myths about the agile target system Objectives & Key Results and the first myth is already in this headline
Many myths and misunderstandings surround Objectives & Key Results (OKR). Time for a controversial look at the target system, strategy, cascading and method.
Responsible leadership means securing, promoting and developing the viability of companies, teams and individuals. How does the Viable System Model help?
Servant Leadership is not a management technique, but a value-based attitude. What are the characteristics and success factors and how can Servant Leadership be implemented?
Can change processes be managed? How meaningful are most change management studies? And how could a transformation perhaps succeed? A statement.