A fascinating application of continuous flow: A busy town center without traffic lights. Why does it work? Just seeing the traffic light situation there makes me feel uncomfortable. The video below shows this busy square dominated by cars – and the surprising solution of reducing the amount of lanes and removal of all traffic lights. … Continue reading Continuous Flow: Saves Lives and Cake →
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I’ve Been Doing it Wrong my Entire Life!
There are these little things one learns sometimes, that will affect every day from then on. Little, but powerful. And I think I just came across one of those bits of information: The one piece flow. Before I write a bit about it, check snappy introduction by Eric Ries. It’s in the middle of a … Continue reading I’ve Been Doing it Wrong my Entire Life! →
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Teaching and Managing – it’s not about the data, stupid!
The other day if found via the interesting “Seth’s blog” this talk by Eric Mazur about how a teacher found out he sucked at teaching – and how he approached the problem. I find this very inspiring on so many levels. First of all about how he approaches the issue. To search hard data on … Continue reading Teaching and Managing – it’s not about the data, stupid! →