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Trent Hone
Historian, Management Consultant, Lean Agile Practitioner.
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Trent Hone Apr 13
Looking forward to getting a copy.
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Trent Hone Apr 12
It’s going to be great.
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Trent Hone Apr 12
Like an empty cup. Full of potential!
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Pritzker Military Museum & Library Apr 12
Get ready for summer in Chicago! Maybe since the is right across from Millennium Park, come brush up on your history before watching !
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Trent Hone Apr 12
Replying to @ScholarlyIndex
Track the average words/day you need to write AND revise as the deadline approaches. Panic will ensue soon enough...
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Jabe Bloom Apr 12
On of the ways to understand the “ongoingness” of design... is to understand the feedback loop between mental models / frames and materialized “things”... then... mental models don’t just describe how the world IS... they describe how we expect it to be.
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Trent Hone Apr 10
"Really great class!" Love to hear that after helping a team learn over two days
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Trent Hone Apr 10
So glad could help with understanding and
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cdrsalamander Apr 10
The below is gold. I would also argue that character, in the main, cannot be trained or credentialed. Character is revealed. The key is to create and notice situations in which character is revealed.
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Alexander Slotte Apr 9
It's difficult to contain how excited I am to speak at this awesome event! I hope you have a moment to tune in and listen to me and my fellow speakers on May 16th!
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Trent Hone Apr 9
Replying to @CatSwetel @cyetain
I really like this perspective. Focuses attention on unintended consequences and blind spots.
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cat swetel 🌵 Apr 9
"Complexity doesn't go away. It goes somewhere else." I wonder how we might view emerging technology trends differently if we took it for granted that complexity cannot be removed.
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ExcellaCo Apr 8
Excited to announce that will be making a stop in Northern Virginia at the end of this month! We'll be discussing his new book The Unicorn Project, at the on 4/24. Register today!
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Trent Hone Apr 8
Glowing review of in the latest from "Quite simply, if you are a serving officer and propose to read even one work of naval history this year, this book should be the one."
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Trent Hone Apr 7
Prepping for another talk. This one for the Thomas Balch Library in Leesburg, VA at 2pm today.
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Marc Burgauer Apr 6
The role of examples is not to explain the problem, but to provide an access point to experience the problem. In order to achieve that you have to open a door, not a tunnel.
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Trent Hone Apr 5
Meditating on how our understanding of “human nature” shifts with time, space, context... Human-ness is constantly being simultaneously and
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Trent Hone Apr 5
I agree. As soon as I saw it was out (thanks Twitter) I picked up a copy.
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BJ Armstrong Apr 4
Two weeks from today will be the release of my book from , "Small Boats and Daring Men: Maritime Raiding, Irregular Warfare, and the Early American Navy.
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Trent Hone Apr 4
Valuable thread. I’ve been on hero-driven teams and great teams. On great teams, heroism was a collective experience, the fabric of “us”
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