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Decision-making under complex conditions – an article by Anne Caspari

Decision-making processes are largely misunderstood Sufficiently Understood Considering the number of decisions we make every day in our private and working lives, it is amazing how many people do not even know how to make good decisions. Decision-making for many people is more like a process of guessing or betting on an outcome – ranging from what they eat in a restaurant to choosing a

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Virtual Trainings with Jensen & Komplizen? Our Experiences…

Another COVID-19 (corona virus) story? Maybe. Maybe not. Actually, it’s more about what was triggered by Corona. But let’s start from the beginning. Everything we offered at Jensen & Komplizen almost always took place face-to-face, with one exception: the mentoring and coaching sessions. Here we very often connected via telephone or camera. But virtual courses? That didn’t feel right at first – our strength lies

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Jensen Und Komplizen Celebrate Their First Anniversary!

One Year Older and a Lot Wiser Exactly one year ago, Corina and I opened the doors to our own small business. Time and reason enough to take a look back, because a lot has happened since then. We Have Grown A year ago, the two of us opened the doors together as “Jensen & Komplizen”, but we should not stay alone for long. A

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Sharpen Your Trainer Skills… With the Trainer Kata

An Opportunity for Trainers to Continuously Grow I have been active in theTrainer Approval Community (TAC) of the Scrum Alliance®for several years now. The TAC is, so to speak, the last bastion that an aspiring Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST®) has to take. In this context, I am often asked how to best prepare for the TAC. This usually refers to the second part of the

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Agility at All Costs?

Everyone is talking about agility nowadays. Every organisation that does not want to fall behind wants it too. But is it really necessary? Let’s take a look… Agility Is Not an End in Itself “Tomorrow, we all have to be agile” – this is the motto in many agile transformations. But what for? Who primarily takes care of this project? Silence… Almost 20 years ago,

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About Quality in Scrum

Who Is Responsible for the Quality in Scrum? I often hear this question about responsibilities in Scrum teams. Most of the time the answers are related to activities and thus reduce the individual roles to a minimum. Here, I would like to refrain from looking at the activities as a possible answer and look at the responsibility from a quality perspective. So, who is responsible

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