Issues

Kaikaku Mind – The concept of radical change

Kaikaku Mind – The concept of radical change

Great Scrum teams know that Scrum’s essence is learning and ongoing improvement. Scrum and agile have propelled the Japanese term kaizen into the limelight to be much more broadly recognized today than it was 20 years ago. While literally meaning just “getting better,” the Toyota culture uses the term as […]

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes – Interview with Jason Little

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes – Interview with Jason Little

Manage Change like a Rockstar – Interview with the author of the best-seller Lean Change Management – Jason Little ‘While helping a department of 400 people transition to Agile, I discovered the world of organizational change the hard way,” says Jason Little who learned the mechanics of Scrum and started […]

Lean Magazine #15 has been launched – Main theme: Change

Lean Magazine #15 has been launched – Main theme: Change

Lean Magazine #15 has been launched. Main theme in this issue is “Change” and the issue is packed with articles and interviews about different aspects of how to handle change in Lean and Agile.   From the contents: Interview with Jason Little about Lean Change Management Creating Value in a […]

Lean Startup – A dynamic formula for bringing ideas to market

Lean Startup – A dynamic formula for bringing ideas to market

Many business managers still hesitate to unleash the power of concepts like Lean Start-up, design thinking, and Agile software development within their organizations. Innovation experts Nathan Furr and Jeff Dyer decided to give them a push and wrote a hands-on book: The Innovator’s Method: Bringing the Lean Start-up into Your […]