Strategyzer Bootcamp

Strategyzer Bootcamp 2018.

 

As a senior innovation coach at DNB my job is no less than fixing corporate innovation. We are moving away from a portfolio of products and services to a portfolio of business models. While product and service innovations are important, they by themselves are not enough to fuel the growth we’d like to see.

Planet Lean – Games as a way to coach and teach lean thinking

 

Honoured and humbled!

My article on using games to coach and teach Lean thinking just got published on Planet Lean. I hope that the Lean community will enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it! It goes without say that I also hope you find some value in reading it. Games mentioned in the article are Playing Lean and getKanban.

Thank you Roberto Priolo, Alister Lee, Simen Fure Jørgensen, Tore Rasmussen, Russell Healy, and numerous others who are part of my Lean journey.

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Playing Lean Australia

A list of Playing Lean Australia 2017 events that’ll take place next week:

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions whatsoever.

Playing Lean Australia

 

Last year, 2016, I toured Australia for 30 days giving a bunch of Playing Lean workshops. During that time I received a lot of inquiries on how does one become a Playing Lean Facilitator. The answer is simple — by attending Playing Lean Facilitator Training and becoming a member of Playing Lean Facilitator Club! Now, if you live in Australia that means you’d pay more for the airfare and accomodation than for the training itself, and although that investment would pay itself off very soon, Playing Lean decided to organise three facilitator trainings in Australia.

Deciphering Academic Papers

Quiet frontier.

Academic papers hold a lot of knowledge but you shouldn’t trust them blindy. You need to know the difference between a hypothesis and a theory, watch out for selection bias, avoid confusing correlation with causation, and much more.