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Blog Category: Software Development

03Apr '15

(日本語) [Story telling] – How to manage a project in an open organisation/ The “Freemous” example.How to manage a project in an open organisation/ The “Freemous” example.

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Since the end of 2013, Officience has decided to switch to a “no manager” model and started to build the foundations of an open organisation. In this system, employees are free and responsible for taking any actions they consider best

21May '13

Agile remote coaching

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In one of my previous post, I mentioned about how we raised agile awareness with various games (self-organised team, lean “flow”, etc..)  As a next step, one of our project team started an agile coaching. This coaching is done remotely

17May '13

More agile games

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If there’s one thing that we keep from our childhood as we grow up, it’s that we learn better when we play. It is the reason why gamification is one of the most important trend. It is also why we

08Mar '13

Are women more agile?

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This question may sound controversial and even aggressive coming from the female agilist that I am. However, it only reflects two trends that I witnessed in the recent years: The rise of agility in the workplace The rise of women