Posts tagged with Books


I recently finished reading Continuous Delivery by Jez Humble and David Farley. I have to say that the book was quite exiting. The first parts showed how to implement a continuous delivery pipeline and where…

1088441824715802963_n.jpg (200×301)" title="" />I recently finished reading The Power of Pull a book describing how the world-wide adoption of the Internet is changing how we generate value as individuals and in organizations.…

In Blink the author describes that there is an optimum peak of performance in regards to stress. What happens after that peak is reduced performance, inability to act on details and tunnel-vision so on. In…

I recently finished reading Blink. It’s about how we are programmed to make quick decisions. The driving force behind prejudices, but also our inherited ability to make quick and accurate decisions. It’s funny,…

When Mary and Tom Poppendick was in Stockholm a few weeks ago, Mary recommended the Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande. And now I finished reading it. In general it was a good read. Since it’…

I just started reading “Getting things done” – by David Allen. I’m roughly 25 pages in, but now I have to stop to write this blog-post just to clear my mind. The reason for why…