In my work I often need to use a mandatory Windows computer. I would rather use a Linux environment but there are some tools I can install to help my workflow. I wrote an article for Opensource.com on the topic and you can read about 6 open source tools I use on my Windows machine.

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Last year I wrote an article for Opensource.com on 30-minute meetings. Since then I have been thinking about a new possible topic to write about and there is a column where people tell their Linux story, how they came in contact with Linux and so on. So I wrote my story down and I was happy to s...

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Earlier this year I wrote a piece for opensource.com on tips to run more efficient meetings. It was, among others, selected to be included in a book which was released on the 6th of December. The Open Organization Leaders Manual is available for free at https://opensource.com/open-organization/re...

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I was invited to write an article for opensource.com on tips to run more efficient meetings. I am by no means an expert in the field but after years of experimenting I have a few pointers I try to stick with. You can read the full article at opensource.com.

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I responded to a tweet by Brant Roney containing a graph from a webinar held by Mark Graban and Dr. Greg Jacobson on "Making Time for Continuous Improvement". I presented a question including a drawing on how to go about when there was no time for Kaizen, when the teams are constantly overloaded?

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