A possible Vision for Scan Agile 2016: Work 3.0

As I’m writing this blog post, in the balcony of my apartment, enjoying the mild Finnish end of Summer (it is not snowing… yet), I am forced to acknowledge how the world of work has changed. It is not that far ago that we lived under a Feudal system, where the notion of fairness was …

How injecting randomness into your project can help it succeed

Success and failure differ, very often, by very little. Take nature as an example. A small change in our DNA (a few mutated genes) can have catastrophic consequences. On the other hand, without these mutations humans would never have come into existence. Humans and other species in the planet evolved because of chance (although not …

The curious case of buttoned-up Benjamin

Benjamin works in a consulting company where there was no dress-code unless the client would have a dress-code. Since most consultants were testers and coders (and you know how we dress) the clients understood not to demand a formal dress code. Then Benjamin’s company changed his boss. The new boss required and insisted on everyone …