Ep. 16 – Roman Pichler – Strategize

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Roman – one of the greats I don’t really dare to introduce Roman. He is such a big name in Agile Product management. Since his beginnings in Scrum, he was totally focused: Scrum it will be, Product it will be – and everything that belongs to it. No more, no less. Clarity. In the field […]

Ep. 15 – Fridtjof Detzner: Founders Valley

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Fridtjof „Fridel“ Detzner hat die letzten 18 Jahre mit seinen Freunden daran gearbeitet von einem Bauernhof aus die Voraussetzungen für Jimdo zu schaffen und dann Jimdo mit aufgebaut. Dort hilft er auch noch ein bisschen mit, er sucht aber nach neuen Feldern. Subscribe on iTunes RSS Feed Overcast.fm  Darum hat Fridel ein Jahr hinter sich, […]

Episode 14: Christopher Avery – The Responsibility Process

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Christopher Avery

This episode is quiet. Quiet and deep. I am happy that Christopher Avery took the time and explained the Responsibility Process to us. I will let Christopher explain it in the podcast – the topic is complex, deep and sensitive. He’s much better in this than I am. I think it is important to try […]

Ep. 13 | Peter Bihr: Shenzhen – A future of unlimited speed

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Street Scene Shenzhen

“The future is already here, it is just not very evenly distributed” - William Gibson, of course, 1999 Welcome to the first Episode of the second season of Stories Connecting Dots. Listen to Peter Bihr, telling the tale of Shenzhen, where hardware is software is hardware. And everything is hardware is software is hardware. And where […]

Ep. 12: Peter Bihr – Ethics for The Internet of Things

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Peter Bihr

  I was thinking for a long time on the title of this episode. No one short title would be enough. Peter does so many things in so many flavours. If you live in Berlin you would need to live under a rock not to be aware of some of the things that Peter is […]

Ep. 11: John Cutler – Writing and Thinking on Product work

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John Cutler at work

This time my guest is John Cutler. He is the hardest working man in product business. At least he is the hardest and most writing man in product business. Since ages he writes, thinks and muses about things he observes and wonders about in what we see as our jobs in product work. John might […]

Methoden werden uns nicht retten

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Talks and case studies erzählen uns, Methoden seien die Rettung Ich bin kein Nihilist. Ich habe nichts gegen Methoden. Im Gegenteil. Vor ein paar Tagen habe ich folgende Beobachtung retweeted: Interesting: At conferences you often see fractions or methods 'winning': marketing, dev, devops, ux, strategy. Rarely a great, unified team — Markus Andrezak (@markusandrezak) June 14, […]

Ep. 10: Denise Jacobs – Banish Your Inner Critic, Do Your Best work

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Denise Jacobs

This Episode is about doing your best work, the role of creativity and how creativity can be trained. My guest today is Denise Jacobs. Denise has her roots in Project Management and Software Development. Denise’ first book was a bestseller on CSS and she made a speaking career out that profession.   iTunes RSS Overcast  […]

Agile Transitionen: Gut Ding …

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Beobachtungen und Gedanken Hier ein paar Beobachtungen und kleine Tipps, wie deine Transition nicht wie bei Dilbert endet. Sagen würde man es dir sowieso nicht. Du erfährt es nur beim Lauschen an der Kaffeemaschine. Einmal einen Halbmarathon in 90 Minuten! Ich hatte einmal das Ziel, einen Halbmarathon in 1h 30 min zu laufen. Als ich […]

Ep. 9: Jan Chipchase – Field Studies & What to do next

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The Field Study Handbook

“And recognizing that I will probably never be able to do another project like this again and recognizing that I should probably enjoy the moment.“ Radical results require radical measures. In this case, the radical result is the radical beauty, clarity and applicability of “The Field Study Handbook” by Jan Chipchase. The measures to get to […]