Most organizations tend to get more complex over time. New processes, roles and reporting lines are added. New steering groups and advisory boards are … [Read more...]
In these posts, I describe tools and techniques that I use (or have developed myself). In most cases I have applied them in client projects, but I may also describe methods that I am in the process of developing and have yet not tested in a real project.
“The name of the rose” by Umberto Eco is one of the best-selling books ever published (50 million copies sold!). During a break between Zoom meetings … [Read more...]
If you are a manager, you might be asked to organize 1,200 people – or 12,000. But to illustrate a key principle: Let’s start with just 12 people. Are … [Read more...]
Image: From project meeting with client – my colleagues Tore Christiansen and Bjørn Helge Gundersen (from Deloitte) on the right. Last year was an … [Read more...]
"Agile” was intended as an approach for managing software development teams. But it has become one of the hottest business trends – and it is no … [Read more...]