Curious about the trilogy?
Read one chapter from each of the three volume
There are questions you have probably asked yourself at work. Or questions that you overheared in your team. ‘What is storytelling and what is meant by the ‘power of stories?’ ‘What is design thinking and what about ‘thinking with your hands’?’ ‘Why does a purpose often not work?’ ‘What is the difference between Lean and Agile?’ ‘Is Scrum more than sticky notes?’ ‘What is the difference between self-organization and self-management?’
What, Why and How?
Underneath all these questions are three main questions that every director, manager and team member regularly asks (or should ask):
- What are we actually doing? And for whom?
- Why are we doing this again. And which Why does our customer buy?
- How do we do what we do? And how much autonomy do we get for this?
The LSD trilogy answers these big questions on the What, How and Why in three different volumes. The books are best read together, but you can read them independently if you like.
The LSD trilogy summarizes the main theories, insights, experiences and opinions in three concise volumes. Author Gerjon Zomer did the preliminary work for you (so you don’t have to read more than 40 books like him). Easy right?!
By reading the LSD trilogy you can fully participate in the coffee machine conversation again. Whether it is about design thinking, lean, agile, self-management or storytelling, you are up to date!
Focus on teams
Lean Story Design combines the best of storytelling and design thinking with the principles of resilience and autonomy. LSD is a mindset that is widely applicable and focuses on building strong teams as a foundation for resilient, thriving organizations.