Tag Archives: Innovation

Kanban retreat #1 experience report

On April 7th we had our first kanban retreat as a means of peer to peer exchange, having a safe place to bounce ideas amongst each other and learn. In order to get the people into the kanban state of mind, we started off with the famous getKanban board game (the beta version we bought some time ago) followed with […]

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Stattys for all

Just a few days ago I provided a keynote at Scrum Day France about the future of work being more human. In a world where wealth is created, not so much by money or power, but by imagination, we see that behind all this high technology is low technology. Index cards, post-its, people creating and […]

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My opening keynote at Scrum Day France – The future of work

I made it, 2 minutes later and the doors of the Thalys would have been closed. I’m on my way to Paris, where I have been asked to provide the Opening Keynote for Scrum Day France. Human imagination onsteroids! The Eiffel Tower. Although I have seen it a dozens times, the size of it keeps intriguing me. […]

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Agileminds Unleashed #1 – Validated

Last Friday, Sara Pieters and Brett Verlinden joined me for Agileminds Unleashed #1. What started out as a way to replace time-consuming individual meetups and long email threads turned into this concept of Open Innovation. Individual meetups are replaced by group meetups, personal ideas become group discussions, innovation a collaborative effort. A first attempt to bring order to […]

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Agileminds Unleashed – Food, drinks and ideas

We’re trying out something new… People send us invitations to meet, share ideas, and find new ways to collaborate almost on a daily basis. We love working with passionate people and make magic happen but we also have a business to run, trainings to provide, events to organize, and too many initiatives to kickstart. The […]

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#rethink12 – How would YOU change the world

The world has moved on, organizations seem to exist in a world that is somewhat similar to ours but exists in an alternate time frame or parallel universe. This world has a few things in common with our own, however, including memories of child laughter but is perversely holding on to artifacts left behind by our world. […]

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