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    • 1 August
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    Leadership 2.0; the future of leadership

    Politics aside…. I know that’s hard to do but politics aide; let’s talk leadership. Bullies bully, followers follow and leaders? Well, leaders lead (themselves) by example thru their behavior. It’s been a long time since I’ve been inspired by real examples of Leadership.  Last week on the senate floor Leadership 2.0 was on display. Leadership …

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    • 6 April
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    George Washington and The Fourth Strategy

    One thing I know for sure; there’s unlimited opportunity in the workplace right now, provided you have the right Strategy. Basically, you can have no strategy, you can have the wrong strategy or you can have the right strategy.  It’s unlikely two out of those three will lead you to any of that unlimited opportunity; …

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    • 10 September
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    Six Attributes of a Team

      Six attributes of a team is all about behavior, demeanor and soft skills. The teamwork/soft skill relationship is very important but often times overlooked when recruiting teammates.  Especially when the typical development objective is to take no prisoners, deliver at all costs and go as fast as lightning to get this way too important …

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    • 24 August
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    Is there Scope Creep in Agile?

    Well, the short answer is NO.  Why?  Because if the team as a whole is executing the way the Agile founders designed, the focus should be on completing task within story within sprint, BUT adaptable and open to change.  The team as a whole should be selecting the stories to be developed based on priority …

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    • 24 August
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    Seven Documents Every CORE Agile Team Needs to Own

    Agile is a Shared Leadership Model. One of my earliest childhood inspirations came from the Movie “The Magnificent Seven”.  I was riveted to the screen watching with admiration how these seven teammates used their unique skills in collaboration with the sole purpose of saving a village.  They had each other’s trust (and back!) which allowed them …

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    • 22 August
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    Six Tips for Reducing IT/Security and Compliance Costs

    Six tips for reducing IT/Security and Compliance costs?  In this world?  Where cyber-attacks seem to occur dally? Huh?  Could I be that clueless? If anything, with all this paranoia… companies should be increasing IT/Security budgets, not decreasing them! Right; this is what happens when the mob mentality becomes the “norm” when planning strategy, especially in …

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    • 24 June
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    5 Examples of Toxic Workplace Behavior

    I’m an Agile coach.  I’m good at what I do and there’s no doubt I can help any Agile team without feeding my own personal agenda or ego.  As an Agile Coach, I’ll INCREASE the speed of efficient, continuous delivery and CORE team morale.  In parallel  I’ll  DECREASE overall project costs and unnecessary work. The details behind …

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