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Innovation: reduce cycle-time of the built-measure-learn loop

My learnings/book review from: Eric Ries: “The Lean Startup” Penguin, London 2011. For me, one of the most fascinating books about innovation under conditions of extreme uncertainty. Every day you delay to read this book you risk to waste money. … Continue reading

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Creation of Invisible Values in Enterprises

The Motivation: factor 9 in EBIT We all know how different the productivity of teams can be. Tom DeMarco analyzed software development teams and identified teams who are a factor 3 more productive than average and teams who are a … Continue reading

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Carrier Processes for Cultural Change Management

The situation: You want to change the enterprise culture. Typical examples: from internal competition/silos to a cross-organizational cooperation culture; from a not-invented-here culture to a proudly-found-elsewhere culture (from pure internal innovation towards open innovation). The approach Some companies believe that … Continue reading

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