Björn Lindell

Björn Lindell

Björn is an agile leader that helps people and organizations to understand agile values and principles to build better products and companies. Björn’s main task at Edument is agile HR and Education but he is also a trainer. He is certified scrum master and trains developers and managers in scrum and agile methods. Since 2016 he is also a Management 3.0 facilitator.

Through the years Björn has worked as a teacher (math & science), developer (C/C++, Java, .Net, Oracle), project manager, scrum master, consultant manager, site manager and agile leader. He thinks that titles are less important, it's what you do that makes the difference.

Björn can often be seen with a camera in his hand and he likes to tell stories with his photos.

Key skills

  • Management 3.0
  • Scrum
  • Agile
  • Leadership

Certifications

  • Certified Scrum Master
  • Management 3.0
  •  ICP-BAF Business Agility

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Posts by Björn

  • Management 3.0 the the future agile leadership

    People are the most important part of an organization and leaders must do everything they can to keep them active, creative and motivated. What do we have for driving forces? What motivate us? What do we have for basic needs?

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News & feeds

  • New courses - SQL and Power BI

    Are you new to SQL or would you like to deepen your knowledge in Power BI? Regardless, we now offer new courses.

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  • Edument spreads its knowledge at PerlCon

    Today the annual conference PerlCon starts. This year it is held in Riga and Edument's presence is great as three of our developers will speak at the conference.

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  • We launch summer Boot Camp

    We are launching two Boot Camps, for you who want to become a modern and complete .NET Core developer. And for you who want to learn everything you need to know about JavaScript and frontend programming in 2019.

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  • Priority queues in Java and Python

    How do you talk about a "priority queue", a queue data structure where elemens get to "cut in line" if they're important? In this article, we'll compare the (quite different) answers from Java and Python standard libraries.

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