Monthly Archives: April 2011


This post is an edited version from previously published writing in my old blog. Lately in our organization we have been thinking and talking a lot about motivation. Dan Pink`s top seller ´Drive´deals a lot with intrinsic motivation and I … Continue reading

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ScrumMasters and Change

Some Faulty or incomplete claims we want to challenge ScrumMasters are THE change agents in Agile Transformation. True and False. ScM`s do invaluable work on team level. Some ScrumMasters are also able to have organizational impact and right connections. But … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration Developer practice / Development practice part 2

Now that we covered the developer practice (at least to some extent) in the first part we can now take a look into the large-scale view of Continuous Integration. As a developer practice CI does have clear benefits but those … Continue reading

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Agile Test Strategy and Structure

Agile and Lean thinking changed the way we develop software. That’s for sure. But I think it didn’t change the way we implement software so much that it changed the world around it. For example testing. There’s a lot of … Continue reading

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