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Old Ideas, New Words

Sometimes I am accused of re-iterating old ideas, and not adding much that’s new. They say my ideas are just old messages in new words....

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What About the Non-Feedback?

Agile software development is all about shortening feedback cycles. That’s why I started blogging before I wrote a book. And that’s h...

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The Feedback Door

If there’s one thing I am still learning to cope with, it’s criticism. But I figured out that constructive criticism truly improves w...

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Wasteful ProductOwners?

In his recent blog post Banish “Priority” and “Prioritization” David Anderson (of Kanban fame) argues that prioritization of feat...

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People Decide, Models Inform

Reducing variety is often not the right approach when trying to handle the complexity of the world. I’m writing this text while I’m o...

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It Takes Complexity to Handle Complexity

A software project is a network of people, interacting together for their own purposes. We can see part of that network as the system of ...

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The Art of Parking My Car

As it turned out, not even driving around for over an hour looking for a non-existing parking spot can spoil the fun of giving my Agile M...

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