Another Tuesday, another Who Is.
I met Mary on twitter (Check out her lovely twitter handle), we had some discussions. And continued some of them by e-mail, which was a “better” platform for some of the discussions. After which we also met at XPday Benelux 2010
What is something people usually don’t know about you but has influenced you in who you are?
That I consider giving (many kinds of) love as the best way to go in life.
If you would not have been in IT, what would have become of you?
I’m not actually in IT. I come from the business side and am a business architect who knows about IT and the high level technology bits.
What is your biggest challenge and why is it a good thing for you?
My biggest challenge is to make companies more agile. Although it would make me happier as well I feel my co workers would like that too.
What drives you ?
What is your biggest achievement?
What is the last book you have read?
“A simpler way” by Margaret Wheatley and Myron Kellner-Rogers
What question do you think I should also ask and what is the answer?
Who do you think I should ask next?
Wow, I know a lot of people who are very noteworthy in the world of Agile. Let me pick someone who is not that ‘well known’ but makes it his daily business to help people and teams become more Agile: Gerard Janssen