I might be going a bit overboard on Agile this week with blogs, primarily because I'm at Agile2016, one of the largest gathering of us weirdo, hippie agilists - along side some still buttoned up folks - in the United States. Upon walking in I was met by a wonderful group of volunteers; ready and … Continue reading Agile 2016: The First 12 1/2 minutes
Recently, MATRIX partnered with The Food Movement to host a take on their “Team Building with Taste” that we called “Cooking with Agile.” The idea came from the concept that other activities can provide a working analogy of how we should work with Agile. This is a video that talks about the event.
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.
I have this image in my head of a cartoon character mixing chemicals in different test tubes and beakers. Around him (generic pronoun folks) is a lab of glass bendy tubes, Bunsen burners, and the like. Chemistry "do nots" abound. The character slowly pours some green liquid into some boiling pink liquid and KABOOM! Another … Continue reading Experimentation: Play with Fire, Get Burned, Repeat with Fireproof Gloves