Welcome!

Well hello!  Welcome to my little page here.  You might want to know what you are in for here.  Well, I am a guy living in a small rural town in West Georgia with a beautiful, intelligent, and extremely thoughtful wife and three wonderful, smart children.  Most of my day is spent leading agile coaches where I work to provide tools, ideas, and the like to the people who do amazing work.  They, in turn, work with a wide variety of folks in helping them be Agile and helping them down a road of increased community, trust, and improvement.  Sometimes I get into the trenches, realizing that I have so much more to learn, but hey - life is an experiment and a journey.

Agile Dad: The College Transfer and Focusing on the Wrong Metrics Wrongly

Word of warning: this blog post is half "Agile Dad" post about experiences that highlighted agility in my family and half complaint session about yet another broken system. Introducing M I haven't introduced my oldest daughter that we shall affectionately call "M."  For some reason this brings back memories of Madame Judy Dench in her … Continue reading Agile Dad: The College Transfer and Focusing on the Wrong Metrics Wrongly

Thought of the Day – Wanted: Better Feedback

Last week I started watching a show that combines a few of my favorite things: Michigan Wolverine Football, good leadership, and a resounding analogy for agility.  There is a show on Amazon Prime called "All or Nothing: Michigan Wolverines."  The show centers around the lives of Jim Harbaugh (Head Coach), a group of the players, … Continue reading Thought of the Day – Wanted: Better Feedback

A New Take on an Old Image – Why Employee’s Stay, Part 2

If organizations want or need to do this for their employees and believe that it is a worthy investment, awesome!  I just think there is a need to return to the idea that employer and employee are two partners which exchange services for compensation.  If there is to be a powerful partnership, then all themes to retain this partnership must be bilateral.

A New Take on an Old Image – Why Employee’s Stay, Part 1

If organizations want or need to do this for their employees and believe that it is a worthy investment, awesome!  I just think there is a need to return to the idea that employer and employee are two partners which exchange services for compensation.  If there is to be a powerful partnership, then all themes to retain this partnership must be bilateral.