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  • Reboot Your Management

    How would you rebuild a country after a world war? How would you reboot your management? This was the topic for my presentation at the Reboot conference. It concerned Deming's 14 principles for management, the humanistic, long-term thinking, keep learning, use the scientific method, and build from...
    Posted to Ative at Work (Weblog) by Martin Jul on 06-26-2009
  • What is a Truly Lean Company? - Deming Distilled

    Deming 's work is the foundation of the Toyota Production System and modern-day lean. I recently conducted a workshop his 14 points for management . One exercise was to group them to get to their essence. Here is the the result: “Practise engaged leadership” - hands-on and collaborative (points 7...
    Posted to Ative at Work (Weblog) by Martin Jul on 05-07-2009
  • Improve your IT-organisation with Deming's 14 points

    I have written an introduction to Deming's 14 points and how they can help you improve your IT-organisation. It is a 15-page PDF in Danish. You can download it here: Ud af krisen - http://www.ative.dk/media/989/ud%20af%20krisen%20-%20ative%20-%20a4.pdf Enjoy - and please send me feedback on how to...
    Posted to Ative at Work (Weblog) by Martin Jul on 12-12-2008
  • Out of the Crisis - Deming's 14 Points

    In a time where so many are excusing their failure with externalities and saying "it's the crisis" we need leadership and entrepreneurship more than ever. We are in a time of creative destruction and it is precisely these moments that offer great opportunities to those who seek out the...
    Posted to Ative at Work (Weblog) by Martin Jul on 11-05-2008
  • Beyond The Valley Of Tears

    Sabine Canditt of Siemens showed an interesting curve for Scrum implementation in her excellent ScrumGathering presentation in London recently. It shows how introducing the Scrum initially creates chaos and then stabilizes with a quiz success and good motivation. This is when the team gets into the rhythm...
    Posted to Ative at Work (Weblog) by Martin Jul on 01-07-2008
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