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Trent Hone
Historian, Management Consultant, Complexity Theorist.
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Crystal Hirschorn 9h
There's still this pervasive sense, from speaking to several folks at Chaos and Resilience events, that I'm going to offer up some sort of silver bullet, a binary way out of any system failures. The societal conditioning of believing in linear causation is deep.
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Trent Hone Sep 14
I love it when preparing for a talk goes from: “What am I going to say?” to: “What I’m going to say!”
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Troy Tuttle Sep 12
I know I'm risking a two day twitter discussion on semantics by saying this: , in practice, doesn't mean teams don't provide meaningful and actionable information for the purpose of planning. It just comes from different means than you may be used to. And that's ok!
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Alan Cooper Sep 11
Creative people create, regardless of the carrots you dangle in their faces. Financial incentives are bogus motivators for innovation.
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Trent Hone Sep 12
Thank you! Always nice to see positive reviews of
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ExcellaCo Sep 10
Looking for a new ? Excella Agilists and Tony Solomita sat down with and to discuss while Agile should be applied to federal projects. Intriguing, easy listen - don't miss out!
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Trent Hone Sep 12
Lots of fun working on this with Jay.
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KCL Laughton Unit Sep 11
It’s just about a week untill Mcmullen Naval History Symposium. The organisers have set as the hashtag to follow on twitter. Conference details:
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Trent Hone Sep 10
This was a lot of fun. Thanks
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Trent Hone Sep 10
An colleague and I are on the Federal Tech Talk Podcast discussing principles and practices.
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Trent Hone Sep 9
Thank you for the recommendation! This is one of the best examples of the US Navy's in action.
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Jabe Bloom Sep 8
Autonomy and Alignment: Manager thinks “I need to devolve decision making to the appropriate levels through my org.” Agency: Manager thinks “I need to close feedback loops at all levels of my organization so people can see the results of their actions”
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Trent Hone Sep 8
Just two weeks until McMullen at Looking forward to it!
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Trent Hone Sep 7
Just two weeks until the symposium. Getting excited!
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I Am Devloper Sep 6
employee: I want growth in my role company: *installs ping pong table* employee: autonomy? company: *creates fully-stocked snack room* employee: fulfilment. company: *employs a live DJ in the office* employee: *quits* company: some people just aren't a good culture fit.
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cat swetel 🌵 Sep 5
I have a tech lead role open on my team. DM me if you are interested.
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War on the Rocks Sep 5
Did you read the award-winning book, Allure of Battle by Cathal Nolan? Not yet? Then become a member to get in the War Hall where & are taking the reins for our book club
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Troy Magennis Sep 4
Story points (size as effort) & story count (size as quantity) forecasting BOTH have their strength and weaknesses. The system factors are pivotal to which one is misleading or accurate. The narrower the process under forecast, the better "effort" works. The wider, use "count."
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Trent Hone Sep 4
Boyd would contend it is useful broadly, any context in which we want to "improve our capacity for independent action."
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Jabe Bloom Sep 4
Replying to @Honer_CUT @somesheep
"faster" can be achieved by disorienting the other.
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