Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

08-12-2011

#stoos: Global Management Warming Starts in Switzerland

W. Edwards Deming wrote decades ago that bonuses are bad for business. But most managers around the world are still using them. Peter F. Drucker said […]
06-12-2011

Poll: How do you feel about your Swiss Bank?

A central tenet of Radical Management is that the purpose of an organization is to delight its customers. If customer delight is the key to success […]
05-09-2011

Agile Software Development or Radical Management?

In any case, an idea who’s time has come! Steve Denning, recently wrote a 5 part series of articles on the forbes.com blog: Why Amazon Can’t […]
29-08-2011

Collaboration Work-Thru: Tapping the Knowledge of Your People

“We don’t want to do Scrum.” In the room were about 16 middle-managers. I had presented them Scrum on three different occasions, answered their questions, done […]
19-08-2011

Swisscom – On the Road to Good Profits?

Good profits are the result of value that you generate for your customer. Bad profits are value that you extract from your customer. Long contract durations, […]
11-08-2011

Layoffs, Banks and the Blond: A radical approach to reacting to bad results

The scene: A college bar. A group of young men are sitting around a table when a group of young women, led by an especially attractive […]
09-08-2011

Managing by the Numbers in the 21st Century

According to Radical Management, the primary purpose of a company is to delight its customers. Managing based on customer delight really is a radical change. Today, […]
25-07-2011

Making Agile Stick

So many experts tell us mgmt is broken. Agile would fix many problems. Why is mgmt innovation so hard to apply?” I asked this question Friday […]
23-06-2011

Mindset for the Future

I am really excited by Steve Denning’s Radical Management: the messages of Scrum and Agile sent directly to management in their language. It adds important new […]

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