42nd Street Company (#42stc)

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#Agile – why do we want to scale it?

By on May 30, 2015

#Agile – why do we do it? #Agile is spreading – raising questions of what agile really is and why we want to do it. At the individual and team level agile offers new understanding for how to organize knowledge

#NotImpossible

By on May 17, 2015

It’s not impossible to improve, claims an article in Berlingske Business posted April 27th: http://www.business.dk/ledelse/250-milliarder-i-gevinst-ved-bedre-ledelse Good companies excel in five areas: Involving employees in laying out daily tasks Ability to innovate and deliver new products Ability to change Social responsibility

People don’t care until …

By on May 17, 2015

(Copied from LinkedIn)

Winning versus #MakingWinnable

By on May 17, 2015

Just thinking that agile teams have a broader range of projects that they can win – a broader range of winnable projects. And most likely agile teams also win more of these projects – meaning complete them with success. Non-agile

Yves Morieux on #Prison3DotZero

By on May 17, 2015

Berlingske Business today brings an interview with Yves Moreiux from Boston Consulting Group: http://www.business.dk/ledelse/topchefernes-darling. There is also an earlier book review of ‘Six Simple Rules’ Google told: http://www.business.dk/ledelse/vaek-med-det-komplekse What struck me is the part where YM describes interviews with employees

#YourLogo

By on May 15, 2015

(Published on LinkedIn by Jimmie Welch III, beginning of May 2015)

#UnhappyCustomers

By on May 9, 2015

(Screenshot from LinkedIn)

#SmartPeople

By on May 8, 2015

(Screenshot from LinkedIn)

#Knowledgework

By on May 8, 2015

For a while, I have been having fun asking people: ‘how many of you have a boss that actually knows what you are doing?’ Obviously that’s not the way to go. In a recent meetup in #AgileCopenhagen the above quote