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Why being Agile can not be achieved without starting to cycle

04.01.2021

In previous blog posts, we exposed our craving for predictability, our paradigm of causality and the habit of using ‘controlled environments’ when we are producing IT. And we explained why this is ...

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Questions You Need to Answer About your Digital Transformation, But Don’t Dare to Ask!

28.12.2020

Imagine the need to renew your IT and not knowing where to begin? The impulsive reaction of an old school C-level professional is to hire a consulting agency to handle that business for him. Gettin...

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Find the essence in 'the Enterprise Wig' and start performing

24.12.2020

Most professionals trying to improve digital transformation performance in their organisation are confronted with a terminology that seems to be made for secrecy. The language and sentences used ar...

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Collaboration: The #1 Competence in Achieving Digital Transformation Performance

16.12.2020

Working together well, often brings out the best in us as humans. When conducting a Digital Transformation and governing a complex IT landscape, good collaboration is by far the most important comp...

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5 crucial positioning points before you will achieve a high performance

13.11.2020

Okay, when we ‘do not remove old cows from the ditch’ anymore (this is an adaption of a Dutch saying) we are ready to start cycling. But is that so? Do we need to answer some questions first maybe?...

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11 'Collaboration Principles' for success when entering digital transformation

12.10.2020

Agile primarily is an intangible phenomenon. The most powerful impulse the agile manifesto gave us, is the power to imagine that we can be agile by responding swiftly and adequately to the ever-app...