Lessons from the History of Socio-Technical Systems

Looks interesting and apart from Trist (obvious link to Agile – too little enquired into), features Enid Mumford, who deserves more attention. InfoQ registration required to access slides.

 

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Sallyann Freudenberg @salfreudenberg

is a software developer, agile consultant and trainer who assists companies in transitioning to more nimble, customer-centric and human(e) ways of working. She holds a PhD in the Psychology of Collaborative Software Development.

 

 

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