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The jobs to be done innovation is a little bit like the difference between listening to radio signals from humans instead of listening to presumed aliens in space. 1433 Grondstation van de Nationale SIGINT Organisatie (NSO) in Burum, Fryslân Wutsje via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
A traditional view of requirements from systems engineering. 1420 Building a system out of its requirements Sair00 via Wikipedia | CC BY SA 3.0
An innovation platform connects actors and stakeholders to support sustainable innovation. 1408 Innovation platform actors and stakeholders ILRI via Flickr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
Sometimes, innovation arenas are need - fast 1406 Helicopter survey of flooding A sailor or employee of the US Navy via Wikimedia Commons | PD
This is not a picture of cargo cult innovation, but it feels appropriate anyway. 1389 Cementerio de la salitrera Diego Delso via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 4.0
Simulating innovation is not about cargo cult innovationism 1381 innovation bingo Owned by the author | CC BY 4.0
Democritus laughing and Heraclitus weeping, with a globe 1375 Democritus laughing and Heraclitus weeping, with a globe Engraving by W. Hollar after J. van Vliet after Rembrandt van Rijn via Wellcome via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 4.0
Inside one of the prison buildings at Presidio Modelo, Isla de la Juventud, Cuba - no privacy here 1355 Inside the Presidio Modelo panopticon prison Friman via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Fail fast innovators tend to meet in cafés, far away from any hint of big bet innovation, right? 1349 Innnovators and entrepreneurs at a café Startup Stock Photos via Pexel | CC0 1.0
A diagram of levels of analytics. 1343 three_phases_of_analytics Modaniel on Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 4.0
Google warns me about slow traffic 1338 Google alerted me about the traffic chaos Owned by the author
People walking in a single file due to the snow at Helenelund Station 1337 Helenelund Station in heavy snow Owned by the author
A black keyboard, the favourite tool for black hat innovation 1313 Backlit keyboard Colin via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 4.0
Inevitable change has lead us to where we are now 1298 Hominin evolution Cruithne9 on Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 4.0
Punctuated equilibrium is about inevitable change but not constant change 1294 Punctuated equilibrium Miguel Chavez, modified by wooptoo on Wikimedia Commons | PD
A set of credit cards and a keyboard. Credit card fraud is just a click away. 1274 Credit card fraud Lance Cpl. Brandon R. Holgersen via Wikimedia Commons | PD
A device to prevent credit card fraud. 1273 Barclays Pinsentry Ashley Pomeroy at English Wikipedia | CC BY 3.0
Legacy systems come in many forms, here a Data I/O Model 29B 1244 Data I/O Model 29B Universal Programmer with a UniPak 2 Michael Holley via Wikimedia Commons | PD
These dolls have been cursed with switcher's curse maybe. 1232 Witch Dolls Poppets Curse Malcolm Lidbury (aka Pink pasty) via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Plan do check act or inspect and adapt is perhaps the king of top agile practices 1212 Plan do check act Karn G. Bulsuk via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 4.0
Haitian vodou altar - embodying top practices 1208 Haitian vodou altar Calvin Hennick, for WBUR Boston via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 3.0
A slow silent rain, that is how some cloud services disappear... 1180 glass-rainy-car-rain Splitshire via Pexels | CC0 1.0
When cloud services disappear, it can be in the form of a torrential downpour. 1179 Granite Falls on the Stillaguamish River Walter Siegmund via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 2.5
A can of fermented baltic herring - all you have left when your cloud service disappears? 1172 Surströmming Wrote via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 2.0
Casimir Artmann in a meeting room 1148 Casimir prepares for remote episode Owned by the author
The flock is surprised. A chain link fence blocks their access to the front yard. 1129 The flock is stopped Owned by the author
A flock under their hen house 1128 A flock under their hen house Owned by the author
A bunch of lemmings rushing over the edge of the abyss. Is this how the fail fast people treat innovations? 1106 lemmings tao lin on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
A wild dog eating a chicken, not a fate I would like for my hen 1085 Wild dog eating chicken South African Tourism via Flickr | CC BY 2.0
All that hay, but where is the needle? 1031 Close up of good quality grass hay Montanabw via Wikimedia Commons | PD
Ideas as lightbulbs. How much are they worth? 1028 16/365²: Sin ideas Andrés Nieto Porras | CC BY 2.0
Resistance is futile 1003 Resistance is futile Nick Sherman on Flikcr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
overview image 955 hotel room recording with casimir and jef Owned by the author
A view over my left shoulder 954 greger jef and casimir over the left shoulder Owned by the author
953 camera setup used in session with Jef, Casimir and Greger Owned by the author
View over left shoulder 949 view over left shoulder Owned by the author
A front right view from a vlog session. 948 front right view Owned by the author
Two simple setups for remote interview 947 Two simple setups for remote interview Owned by the author
The Primary auditory cortex is highlighted in magenta, and has been known to interact with all areas highlighted on this neural map. 938 Brain surface James via Wikipedia | CC BY SA 3.0
A field where onions are cultivated at a large scale 927 Field with onions Rainer Haessner via Wikipedia | CC BY SA 3.0
Casimir and Greger discuss home automation for the hen house 906 automating the hen house Lotta Artmann
Golden Stairway - Cathedral of Burgos 888 Golden Stairway - Cathedral of Burgos Jose Luiz via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
A daily sprint meeting 876 A daily sprint meeting Klean Denmark on Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 2.0
872 woody and greger discuss mob programming Architecture Corner on Vimeo
Mob programming is a lot like working in a control room. 856 Mission control center NASA via Wikimedia Commons | PD
Greger interviews Casimir about ITIL 844 Greger interviews Casimir about ITIL Owned by the author
A burn down chart 838 Burn Down Chart from Agilo Philip Gillißen via Wikimedia Commons | PD
The cover 825 world quality report cover Capgemini
Greger Wikstrand and Joakim Lindbom talk about software development productivity. 819 software development productivity video Casimir Artmann on YouTube | CC BY SA 2.0
Just met with Greger Wikstrand, Woody Zuill and Kishen Panday 806 #justmet Owned by the author
Greger Wikstrand and Jesper Kråkhede. 663 Greger and Jesper talk about hiring people Owned by the author
A construction light 635 construction-lights-for-rent Unknown
Greger Wikstrand 633 greger with room light Casimir Artmann
Greger Wikstrand 632 greger with strong light 2 Owned by the author
Greger Wikstrand 631 greger with strong light Owned by the author
The room has been setup for recording session 3. 628 preparing to record video session 3 Joakim Lindbom
Catia Hansen 612 catia hansen Owned by the author
A team rowing the boat. 607 women rowing boat together Matt on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
A car, crash tested inside the box. 602 1280px Corvette Crash Tester cropped Corvette Crash Tester Uploaded by Partyzan_XXI via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 2.0
Three components of your technical debt management: monitoring, avoidance and reduction. 589 a model of technical debt management Owned by the author
Three strategies for technical debt reduction based on a scenario of four sprints followed by a release. 559 four sprints and a release - three strategies Owned by the author
Four sprints - 1-4 followed by a release. 558 four sprints and a release Owned by the author
If you do not take care of technical debt reduction, you will end up like this house. 550 house on loose sand Lee Shaver via Flickr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
A lumberjack is chopping wood. 524 Andy Colle standing block chop Wknight94 via WikiMedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
The negative binomial distribution for various levels of r. 522 Negative binomial Stpasha via Wikimedia Commons | PD
What have I learned from chopping wood? It's not possible to chop this much wood without learning something, right? 517 yxa och ved Chmee2 via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Students record a Radio Show with AudioBoo 488 Students record a Radio Show with AudioBoo Wesley Fryer on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
A chevron process diagram for risk management in three simple steps. 485 three steps for risk management Owned by the author
Casimir and Joakim discussing at a table 483 Casimir and Joakim Owned by the author
Greger Wikstrand is a guest on Casimir Artmann's show "Architecture Corner" 479 guest appearance on architecture corner Casimir Artmann on Vimeo | CC BY NC ND 3.0
A service van for those still buying IT? No, the service van takes care of the IT but the customer is buying services on a higher level. 477 Comcast service van Dwight Burdette via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 3.0
469 Nostradamus prophecies By Zereshk on Wikimedia Commons | PD
How much hay do the sheep need? Is #noestimates a viable option to find out how much they need? 468 Hay rations for freezing sheep Rudi Winter on Geograph | CC BY SA 2.0
I changed all my passwords to "incorrect". So whenever I forget, it will tell me, "your password is incorrect". 464 Incorrect Passwords Lulu Hoeller on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
What does distrust do to us? We need to learn to trust instead. 460 Distrust GeminiLaser at DeviantArt | CC BY NC ND 3.0
What is your general opinion on Scrum? 1/3 don't like it, 1/3 don't care and 1/3 like it in this poll on Ars Technica. So do 1/3 people distrust agile? 459 What is your general opinion on scrum? Ars Technica
Should you distrust people who play with rubber chickens at work? 458 Rubber Chicken Brent Moore on Flickr | CC BY NC 2.0
An empty callcenter after a successful outsourcing? 454 An empty callcentre Wikimedia Commons | PD
A penjing or bonsai forest in potted plants. Beautiful and serene, yes. But is it strong? 449 Bonsai Forest Mr. Tickle via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
lisa and cheryl argue it out, criticism, it's not all that easy 448 lisa and cheryl argue it out Amanda Wood (mandamonium) on Flickr | CC BY ND 2.0
fibonacci series in nature 446 Droste Daisy Alexandre Duret-Lutz via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 2.0
A vendor selling street wise. Respecting vendors is essential for success. 435 Streetwise vendor David Kinney from Oak Park, USA. Uploaded by Apoc2400. Via Wikimedia Commons. | CC BY 2.0
A roadpost pointing to success or failure 432 Success or Failure StockMonkeys.com via Chris Potter via Flickr | CC BY 2.0
Choosing the ring. An oil painting. 428 Choosing the ring Jean Carolus (1814–1897) via Wikimedia Commons | PD
The Place de l'Opéra, before and after turning it into a roundabout 426 Hénard Transformation de la place de l'Opéra Eugène Hénard via Wikimedia Commons | PD
A waterfall, fine for watching. Not so nice for riding. 421 Day 335 - Chaos vs. Order Lee Shaver on Flickr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
A waterfall 420 Robert Duncanson - Waterfall Mont Morency 1864 Robert S. Duncanson (1821–1872) via Wikimedia Commons | PD
The Peacemakers 1868 417 The Peacemakers 1868 "The Peacemakers 1868" by George Peter Alexander Healy - The White House Historical Association. via Wikimedia Commons | PD
SDLC requirements life cycle phases 416 Systems_Development_Life_Cycle[1] US Department of Justice (redrawn by Eugene Vincent Tantog) via Wikimedia Commons | PD
Caveat Emptor 413 caveat emptor cropped Nyttend via Wikimedia Commons (cropped) | PD
Two rock star agile developers. 412 1200px-Pair_programming_1[1] Lisamarie Babik - Ted & Ian Uploaded by Edward via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 2.0
Knowledge management conceptual map 407 1280px-Knowledge_management Abottineau on Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
A car turned over in the road. 405 crash on A912. B4bee on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
The same action can have different risk levels. 404 Touching wires causes instant death Steve Jurvetson on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
First two steps of risk management performed. The user now has listed triggers and consequences and has estimated the probability and the impact and the risk levels have been calculated. 402 risk assessment complete Owned by the author
The word "Risk" as Grafitti on a wall 401 Risk A Syn on Flickr | CC BY SA 2.0
Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina - No consultants on this beach. 399 Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina Lheld1023 via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
394 Collapsing house at OddicombeCollapsing house at Oddicombe M Etherington | CC BY SA 2.0
Neon sign: change. Change is the only constant. 392 Neon sign: Change Felix Burton (Flickr) | CC BY 2.0
Number of months before requirements change has accumulated to 100% of the original requirements. 390 change rate and time before 2 change Owned by the author
The founders of agile built in trust in the Agile Manifesto. 387 trust agile manifesto Owned by the author
The tenents of the agile manifesto can help us trust agile software development. 386 The Agile Manifesto Visualpunch on Flickr | CC BY SA 2.0
Two young men in front of a computer. 385 Two young men working in front of the computer Improve IT on Flickr | CC BY SA 2.0
A CISV educational activity - a trust game 384 A trust game Gosrkiya on Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
A nuclear power plant is in need of advanced risk management. 375 Gundremmingen Nuclear Power Plant Felix König - Eigenes Werk (own work) - Samsung S750 via Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Estimation is important for software developers. Software effort estimation problems are part of their daily lives. 366 Coding Shots Annual Plan Mathew (WMF) through Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Oak branches in Winter 364 Oak branches in Winter David Hawgood | CC BY SA 2.0
Personality matters in pair programming? No 360 Pair Programming Jeroen Kransen | Flickr | CC BY NC ND 2.0
Greger Wikstrand first post on Capping IT Off 357 Greger Wikstrand post at Capping IT Off Owned by the author
A data repository is not a community of practice 354 Is depositing data a community? Wikipedia | CC BY 4.0
What is the value of certifications and medals? Are they for your museum? 341 Billy Bishops medals, cropped Derek Hatfield | Flickr | CC BY 2.0
A daily sprint meeting. 335 Daily sprint meeting - cropped Klean Denmark | Flickr | CC BY SA 2.0
334 calendar Chris Cactus
333 President Barack Obama and his senior advisors meeting in the Rose Garden Pete Souza (White House) via Wikimedia Commons | PD
Goals should be SMART. 332 smart goals cropped profaniti | CC BY SA 2.0
Is your electronic calendar full of meetings your don't really like? Rude Cactus calendar is. Would he have been better off if everyone used a good meeting invitation template? 331 gmail calendar appointment Rude Cactus | CC BY NC SA 2.0
Tired of working alone? Hold a meeting. 330 Hold a meeting! 37signals
Test Driven Development: Ten Years Later - Steve Freeman, Michael Feathers 327 Test driven development - ten years later Eric Lefevre-Ardant | Flickr | CC BY SA 2.0
Does corporate inertia keep you on Windows 98? Virtualization may help but upgrade might be even better. 324 Windows 98 running in Qemu in Ubuntu Netbook Remix on an O2 joggler. Les Pounder on Flickr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
321 Programmer on vacation liveinstereo7 | Flickr | CC BY 2.0
Oscar Wilde - author of the quote "What is a cynic? A man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing." 318 A Wilde time Wikimedia Commons | PD
314 A selection of repeating tiles Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Mary Jean Harrold, co-creator of the field of regression test selection. 313 Mary Jean Harrold ICST 2008
Gregg Rothermel, co-creator of the field of regression test selection. 312 Gregg Rothermel University of Nebraska Lincoln
310 IROP keyboard Thomas Zimmermann
A typical user story. You don't need user stories but here you go anyway. 308 Post it user stories Roger Greenhalgh | Flickr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
306 Auto fix your bugs with UT and SBSE - Greger Wikstrand Owned by the author
The first post on this blog, from left to right: 2014, 2012 and 2010. 305 three versions of my first blog post wider Owned by the author
A transactive memory system is what allows a team to know who knows what. 297 Operating theatre Mallix on Flickr | CC BY NC ND 2.0
296 Agile_Software_Development_methodology Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Did agile ruin your life? These pair programmers do no seem that concerned. 295 Pair programming Wikimedia Commons | CC BY 2.0
Gold dollar symbols falling through an hourglass 3d Rendering. 290 Hourglass Shadow Bill Brooks on Flickr | CC BY NC ND 2.0
Four people using each others as support form a small spiral. 287 Four people trusting each other for support Joi on Flickr | CC BY 2.0
Coffee cups as agile estimation units. 285 Coffee tasting table Tim Holmes | Flickr | CC BY NC ND 2.0
A team estimating their next iteration using planning poker. What agile estimation units are they using? 284 A team doing planning poker Improve IT on Flickr | CC BY SA 2.0
The scrum maturity model could use a sense of multidimensionality. 282 Components of CMMI Model NASA | Wikimedia Commons | PD
The Scrum Maturity Model can be seen in relation to this generic maturity model. 281 RA_maturity Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Peppers are a good example of generalists versus specialists. 279 genetic diversity in peppers Remi Kahane, GlobalHort. Afrisem, Arusha, Tanzania on Flickr | CC BY NC 2.0
Agile configuration management relies heavily on software configuration management tools such as Subersion and GIT. 276 500px-Svn_3D-tree.svg Wikipedia | CC BY SA 2.5
Continuous integration can be seen as a form of regression testing. Regression test selection is a vital part of successful CI. 274 Hudson Screenshot Wikipedia
Planning poker is a first step towards improved agile estimates. 272 planning poker Steve Dalton on Flickr | CC BY NC ND 2.0
This is not a prioritized backlog. 269 house chores backlog Alan Daley on Flickr | CC BY NC SA 2.0
A goat in a rural setting eating from a branch held by a child. Probably not tired of estimating. 267 Maybe this goat isn't tired of estimating? Lynne Hand on Flickr | CC BY NC ND 2.0
Laurie Williams presenting a slide. She is the researcher behind the list of Key Agile Practices. 254 Laurie_Williams 2013 Laurie Williams
249 Agile Software Development methodology Wikimedia | CC BY SA 3.0
Training meeting in a ecodesign stainless steel company in Brazil. 245 Training meeting in a ecodesign stainless steel company in Brazil Axel Rio Brazil | Wikimedia Commons | CC BY SA 3.0
Two pipes, one with laminar, one with turbulent flow. 207 Laminar versus turbulent flow. University of Cambridge
A wordle for this site. 201 wordle for gregerwikstrand.com March 2012 Owned by the author
A photo of Greger Wikstrand 194 Greger Wikstrand Owned by the author
Oak branches in winter 173 Oak branches in winter David Hawgood | CC BY SA 2.0
160 Venn-diagram-of-requirements-vs-backlog-items Owned by the author
A state diagram for requirements 158 Change request type 2 Owned by the author
A snip of the Agile Karlskrona Test 143 Agile Karlskrona Test Owned by the author
Table with percentages of programmers with different MBTI types. 113 Cuban programmers by MBTI type GJEE
52 Venn diagram of requirements vs backlog items Owned by the author
22 Test coverage versus percentage of code that is test Owned by the author

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