Category Archives: Adopting agile

Agil lemming eller agil leder?

Jeg har arbejdet med agile transformationer i mange år. Jeg elsker den agile tilgang, og kunne ikke drømme om at anbefale andet. Jeg bruger næsten alle mine vågne timer på at nørde agile metoder, skalering mv., så jeg kan være … Continue reading

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Agile transformation is all about the willingness to change, but let me tell you a secret: not everyone or every organization embrace that change

For many years we have heard about the good things that will happen if organizations start increasing their agility, if projects become more agile, and if old habits are replaced with an agile mindset. The evidence is convincing. There are … Continue reading

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How lack of real management support can kill agile ambitions

These days agile is the new black, and thanks for that! Having been an IT Project Manager for around 30 years, I have seen too many classic-style projects fail, because the budget or the time allocated to do the project … Continue reading

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PMI EMEA 2018 – here I (and Kanban) come!!

Nu har jeg fået fornøjelsen af at tale på PMI EMEA 2018 Conference i Berlin. Juhuuu!!! Mit foredrag, som jeg glæder mig meget til at gøre knivskarpt, hedder: “Improve Organisational Flow and Performance by Climbing Kanban’s Maturity Ladder”.   Det … Continue reading

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I HATE Transparency!!!

When I work with clients to help them transform towards higher organizational agility, I get lots of negative reactions to agile key principles. To many, these principles seem counter intuitive to their current way of working. But what disturbs the … Continue reading

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Debunking 3 big myths about Kanban

Yesterday one of my guest post was published on the Kanbanize blog. The post was inspired by some real-life experiences I have had working on agile transformations for various clients but certainly kick-started by an incident on the private level. At a small birthday party we all had to … Continue reading

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Hvorfor ”leger vi agile”, hvis der ikke for alvor er et ønske om forandring?

I de seneste år har jeg arbejdet med agile transformationer og projekter. Både store og små. Min baggrund for at gøre det, er 10 års praktisk erfaring med agile metoder. Jeg underviser i Scrum og Kanban og coacher, så man … Continue reading

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It’s all about change and change is here to stay

Happy New Year and welcome 2017 with all the change that it may bring! 2016 has gone almost too quickly. I have been absorbed in a couple of big organizational agile transformations, and change has certainly happened there. Going from a traditional mindset to … Continue reading

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Agile transformationer skal være i øjenhøjde med organisationen

Projekter skal hurtigst muligt skabe værdi for kunden. Det sikrer agile metoder . Men de virker kun optimalt, hvis hele organisationen taler det samme sprog og ledelsen er med på den agile vogn Projekter, der er for længe undervejs. Time-to-market … Continue reading

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Scaled agile frameworks and methods? Don’t waste your time and money in an attempt to make the unworkable work

It has been a while since I have had a chance to write on my blog, and have I missed it! You may be a busy person too and want to go directly to my latest article on TechBeacon about why … Continue reading

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