Real Options—A Mindset
Published a post on LeanProcrastination.com: Adopting these principles in life and business facilitates a transformation of the mind. As a consequence, we start to enjoy the uncertainty of growth instead of being afraid of change. .
We are good, Destined to be great. Being great Working together We create a context For magnificence. Sometimes, we hesitate. We surrender to the past. We want certainty Like to feel safe While certainty inhibits growth Safety inhibits magnificence By limiting our options, Our awareness Our ability to see and absorb Greatness. We need to […]
Thoughts on Words: Change
Thinking is shaped by the words we use. Management thinking is shaped by the words managers use and are used to. If we want us to evolve our mindset, we must stop to use words that carry a history of bad meaning with them. Let’s start to create a new language to talk about business […]
Thank You, 2011!
2011 has been an awesome and truly transformative year for me, maybe the most important in my life so far. The primary reason was that a number of new real options emerged that gave me opportunities to create value for myself and others in ways that I wouldn’t have expected one year ago. I’m very […]
Thoughts on Words: Project
Thinking is shaped by the words we use. Management thinking is shaped by the words managers use and are used to. If we want people to change their mindset, we must stop to use words that carry a history of bad meaning with them. Let’s start to create a new language to talk about development that […]
The Last Responsible Moment—A Mindset
Published a post on LeanProcrastination.com: The last responsible moment is an ephemeral point in the phase space of my real options, where effort and value are in perfect balance for a good enough outcome. .
Compassion—the Power of Vulnerability
I’ve learned a lot about myself in the conversations at AgileCoachCamp US. I talked with Michael Sahota, Dave Sharrock, Siraj Sirajuddin, Pascal Pinck and others about various topics, a prominent being the influence maps that Siraj had multiple sessions on during the camp. Today, Gerry Kirk posted a TED talk by Brene Brown that gave me […]
Anarchy with a Purpose—a Model for Emergent Awesomeness
An amazing crowd of volunteers organised the first gathering of the Agile Lean Europe network, ALE2011. It happened last week, and being part of the organisation team has not only been an honour and a pleasure, but also the most successful project I was ever involved with. Why? Because the organisation was emergent, the leadership and responsibility […]