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Software Lost Video: Bjarte Bogsnes – Beyond Budgeting

“An yearly budget is like having a bank closed for 11 months” is the concept Bjarte Bogsnes critisises in many organizations. He applied a concept called Beyond Budgeting at Stat Oil, one of the largest companies in the oil business, as CFO for over 15 years.

Please view this presentation about the concept of Beyond Budgeting:

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Software Lost Video: Olaf Lewitz – Increase Trust in your Organization

This video was recorded at Agile Lean Europe (ALE) Unconference 2014 in Krakow.

Olaf talks about how we could increase trust in our organizations by considering that the people we work with are adults. Another topic is de-scaling organizations, so that the people have a happy working place where they can take decisions and further more, they are invited to take decisions.

 

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Software Lost Video: James Shore – Rigorous, Professional Javascript

James Shore is one of the promoters of TDD in Javascript. He is presenting codecasts on his website Let’s Code Javascript about how to work effectively in Javascript.

As James says:

“JavaScript Needs Test-Driven Development

If you’ve programmed in JavaScript, you know that it’s an… interesting… language. Don’t get me wrong: I love JavaScript. I love its first-class functions, the intensive VM competition among browser makers, and how it makes the web come alive. It definitely has its good parts.

It also has some not-so-good parts. Whether it’s browser DOMs, automatic semicolon insertion, or an object model with a split personality, everyone’s had some part of JavaScript bite them in the butt at some point. That’s why using test-driven development is so important.”

Rigorous, Professional Javascript

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Software Lost Video: Rachel Davies – Agile Scaling at ALE11 in Berlin

This video is the opening keynote from Agile Lean Europe (ALE) Unconference in 2011, Berlin.

Rachel Davies gives an idea on how Agile works at the moment, and how we cannot really do agile scaling in big enterprises.

 

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