Software creation: the ‘why’ and the ‘how’

Why do you want to create software in the first place? What motivates…
May 9, 2016/by Mark Hulshof

The Triggre Design Philosophy – Part 1

It was 2009 when Mark and I had yet another meeting where we…
May 8, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

What triggered Triggre: an innovative journey towards empowerment

Empowering companies with great ideas: it has been Triggre’s…
May 7, 2016/by Mark Hulshof

What some call Shadow IT is actually the Next Big Thing

It sounds very dangerous. Shadow IT. We all know monsters live…
May 6, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Outsourcing is Dead

Recently a customer of ours gave me a copy of the ‘Outsourcing…
May 5, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Why Samsung’s new ‘Business model’ won’t work

The Verge reported yesterday that Samsung will show obtrusive…
May 4, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

How to get your product into the history books

A while ago I visited a museum in The Hague, which houses a large…
May 3, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Focus on user’s emotions if you want to make better software

Software development is a complex business. Clever solutions…
May 2, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

What software companies should learn from James Dyson

A couple of years ago someone asked me who my heroes were. Which…
May 1, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

How to increase the effectiveness of self-directing teams using IT

Saturday’s edition of Dutch financial newspaper ‘Financieel…
May 15, 2015/by Jesse Meijers

Why hiring IT consultants is like playing poker with a bad hand

Recently, Dutch television program Zembla aired a disturbing…
May 14, 2015/by Jesse Meijers

Are you a Chief 2.0?

Let me introduce you to a person. Someone to take into account.…
May 13, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

How people like you and me change business forever

A few years ago, Gartner coined the term ‘citizen developer’.…
May 12, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

Playmobil versus Lego

When I was young, my grandfather used to take me to the toy store…
May 11, 2015/by Jesse Meijers

How to Personalize your Business

When I was in university, we had an interesting class on philosophy.…
May 10, 2015/by Jesse Meijers

4 tips to turn change into opportunity

The rate of change is not going to slow down anytime soon.…
May 9, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

Ditch your industrialized thinking!

Industrialization has undoubtedly brought the world a huge number…
May 8, 2015/by Jesse Meijers

5 tips for mobile business applications

Many business managers struggle with creating mobile business…
May 7, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

5 Simple Steps towards more Strategic Agility

In order to become a strategically agile organisation you need…
May 6, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

How IT-savvy People make Mobile Applications

According to research among 228 CIOs and IT managers. 85% of…
May 5, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

Lean Startup Method & Strategic Agility

A strategically agile organization is not built overnight. It…
May 4, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

Intrapreneurship

These days there is a lot of focus on entrepreneurship. In the…
May 3, 2015/by Jesse Meijers

Why flexible IT is a must-have for Strategic Agility

Flexible IT is a must in achieving the Strategic Agility we have…
May 2, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

The Strategic Agility Process

In 1964, Digital was the first company to successfully launch…
May 1, 2015/by Mark Hulshof

How we achieve Simplicity at Triggre

As we draw actively on the whiteboard in our office, it becomes…
January 6, 2014/by Jesse Meijers

The Building Blocks of Strategic Agility

To become strategically agile on all three levels, there are…
January 5, 2014/by Mark Hulshof

A guide from complexity to simplicity

In my previous post I discussed that designs should be simple.…
January 4, 2014/by Jesse Meijers

On what Strategic Agility level are you?

In my previous post I discussed the definition of Strategic Agility…
January 3, 2014/by Mark Hulshof

Design for Simplicity

It is 7:30 and I am just about to step into the car and go to…
January 2, 2014/by Jesse Meijers

Strategic Agility: Why you need it

Changes are following each other faster than ever and their impact…
January 1, 2014/by Mark Hulshof