I spoke the truth. It was about a boy and a girl - of course. What I saw was real. What I said became the focus as if I had done something wrong. I didn’t
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"Let Teams Figure it Out" by John Cutler. https://hackernoon.com/let-teams-figure-it-out-eefbf1a44ae8 This article proposes that a team could launch their own "continuous learning adventure". I have to admit one side of me finds this uncomfortable because I
I'm constantly reading or hearing things, thinking "wow, that's really interesting." Followed by "I can think of a really interesting way that I can use that myself". Followed by promptly forgetting the original source as
Imagine if someone on your team told you that she had just been diagnosed with a serious illness. Then she said: “It’s the last day of the Sprint and I need to stay late because
You know your life has changed when you leave a factory tour enthusiastically telling your friends and family: "There was a real LIVE kanban board" For the benefit of those (like my friends and family)
“Can you get somebody from Ops please?” At the beginning of each Scrum of Scrums, we always used to drag somebody from Ops into the room. It’s an optional meeting but with the whole Ops
I had never heard of Pat Reed but last year I decided that I would average at least one MeetUp a week so I go to a lot of things that I know nothing about.
(Doodle by Martyn Frank @frankletsbe - hope he doesn't mind me using it but I absolutely love it and he captured my talk beautifully). This all started with a quiz. Give it a shot. What is
On the "Thank God You Are Here" TV show, a famous person opens a door. Behind the door, everybody is acting out a scenario where they are waiting for an expert to arrive and save
I took a small group adventure tour to China so I didn't do much research. I just showed up with my wheeled backpack and followed along. So everything was a surprise, some things more than