“Although technology has sped forward in the last 20 years, organizational management is largely the same now as it was in the mid-industrial age. The Agile Lean Leadership Network provides an opportunity to harmonize organizations and the work they do, serving customers more effectively, while creating a better balance in the workplace and more value for all stakeholders. I chose to become an ALLN member because I believe there is a better, more modern way to run today’s complex organizations and I am eager to be part of that drive.” Paul Norton, MA USA.


“I have worked with Agile disciplines, teaching and coaching for a number of years. I have also co-trained a number of times with Kurt Nielsen of AgileLeanHouse. For me the Agile Lean Leadership framework is the simplest and most coherent framework for getting the Agile and Lean principles out through the whole organization. If we in the smaller countries are going to stand a chance against the big technology behemoths, then we have to be able to out-maneuver them. That is why I am a member of the ALLN, to help organizations be resilient and sustainable.” Christian Myrstad, Oslo Norway


“I spent my forming years in an organisation that was centred around empowered people and teams focused towards delivering value to the organisation and clients and relentlessly eliminating waste. Ever since, I have been wondering why our society accepts the tremendous waste caused by top-heavy, slow moving and bureaucratic organisations. In 2014, I first worked with Kurt and was delighted to find an accomplice to my way of thinking. We introduced Scrum into the company I worked for then and I have worked in and with Scrum and Agile teams and organisations in the roles of scrum master, product owner, line manager and agile coach since. I have coached a number of both technical and non-technical teams and held numerous courses during the last six years before starting to formally join the ALLN and cooperate with Kurt and Christian in summer 2020.” Anja Warich, Norway


“My passion for increasing agility in organisations and teams has lasted for 20+ years. I first got acquainted with The Agile Industrial Complex when I formed my own company, AgiliT, in 2018 and expanded my professional network globally. This is how I was indirectly introduced to Kurt Nielsen and AgileLeanHouse, the Agile Lean Leadership patterns and the network ALLN. I instantly noticed that here I had finally met likeminded people working to achieve the same purposes as myself. Agile Lean House is a company associated with a  community where we walk the talk and demonstrate true Inviting Leadership without imposition of any kind. I am proud to join the network as a Prime Org. Educator – helping spread the good news about Scrum, AgileLeanLeadership and the ALL Patterns.” Leise Passer Jensen, Denmark.