Kaizen (改善) and Kaku-shin (革新)

My stance is that, change and transformation is a result. We don’t change for the sake of changing. Rather, I … Read More

The many flavors of Experimental and Iterative approaches

The importance is to experiment and iterate. What approach you take is of secondary importance. Chose whatever approach that best … Read More

From Know-Do to Know-[Stop/Think/Design/Make]-Do

We are highly functioning professionals. When we see a pattern, we know what to do. So, Know-Do. The challenge of … Read More

The non-linear, non-sequential nature of Design Thinking

Design Thinking is process driven. It is a process to help us activate our creativity. Meanwhile, our brains don’t necessarily … Read More

Prototyping a Walking Skeleton

Either it’s the artist in us or the perfectionist taking control, but many of us have a tendency to start … Read More

VUCA”O” – Why I add Overwhelming to Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous

Because when we’re overwhelmed, we make simple and complicated situations, complex and chaotic. Complexity & uncertainty handling is starting to … Read More

Strategy Session Facilitation with Design Thinking & Liberating Structures

Why brainstorming doesn’t work That was fun, but… Why do we get that slight, lingering feeling of doubt and dissatisfaction … Read More

Scrum Sprint Pilot

Pilot objective Within the Scrum community, there is abundant writing suggesting that the two main factors of Scrum implementation failure … Read More

The Art of Kanban + User Story Mapping

Kanban is deep… Combine that with Jeff Patton’s User Story Mapping (USM), it becomes a powerful visualization tool in Scrum.

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