Oftentimes at MATRIX, we talk with prospective customers about the common sense of Agile. While it can be a big investment and challenging to transform corporate cultures, the concepts, principles, and practices are actually pretty common. I know it sounds crazy, but the ideas that we use in high-tech and corporate organizational agility are very close to the way that other disciplines operate!
"Before I shaped you in the womb, I knew all about you. Before you saw the light of day, I had holy plans for you: A prophet to the nations— that’s what I had in mind for you." - Jeremiah 1:5 MSG "Oh yes, you shaped me first inside, then out; you formed me in … Continue reading A Book: Introduction
A few weeks ago, I put together some notes on Momentum for my co-workers. They are not formatted well, but I wanted to share. I believe this is a "church" thing as well as a "work" thing, and because I do not change for either of those, sounds like a "life" thing then 🙂 I … Continue reading Momentum
In my last letter. . . er nevermind. . . We talked last time about a shift in culture from a separation of spiritual and physical to a blending. This time we'll talk about a few examples. Oddly, most of my fellow project managers have gifts that make them good project managers in their own … Continue reading Blending Two Worlds, Part 2
Everyone has their own way of dealing with the loss of someone who carried weight in their life. Everyone has their own perspective on a situation and on the circumstances that surround traumatic and life-affecting events. This is what makes us, as people, a broad representation of the Heart of the Father. Yesterday, my wife … Continue reading Honoring Dr. Alvis Harthern in my way