I don't know about all of you, but I don't "live" in work. Is it an important part of who I am? Absolutely! Does it garner a commitment and focus and a high level of investment? Beyond a shadow of a doubt. But, when you bring life to work and use experiences, growth, and interactions … Continue reading Do you approach work like you do your life?
https://youtu.be/CCjWTW7p9Rs Following up on the teams conversation, leadership is changing as well. From middle managers to others in organizations. Q: How do you think the role of manager and leader has changed? A: Definitely more of counselor and mentor coming to the surface rather than a task assigner.We have relegated middle management to a place … Continue reading Interview with an Agile Coach during COVID around Leaders
As a Dad, there are never a loss of times that can be used to grow closer to, educate, enrich, empower, and even correct my kids. The art is knowing which of those – growing closer to, educating, enriching, empowering, correcting – is needed at which time. Sometimes, we use the situation or problem to … Continue reading Homegrown Agile: A Discussion with My Son on Team
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I was listening to a podcast this morning that was talking about the concept of original error, which is the idea of tracing a philosophical belief back to its origin. The purpose, then, is to build the case against that thing that started all of the problems in the first place. I will not bore … Continue reading I Think Therefore I Am and Other Terrible Anti-Agile Ideas