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Trent Hone
Historian, Management Consultant, Complexity Theorist.
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Justin Searls Aug 13
I've been thinking about this post from for the past week and am still trying to understand why it doesn't resonate with my experience of being an application developer over the last decade or so (a thread)
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Trent Hone Aug 12
Ooo! I can get a hard copy? How?
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Trent Hone Aug 11
“Continuing the historical theme, NDP-1 includes quotations from prominent American naval leaders, strategists, and theorists...” Discovered today that I am one of them. Grateful that my ideas have been included.
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Trent Hone Aug 11
Replying to @WW2girl1944
I’ve written about the USN and the war in the Pacific during that time.
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Eb Aug 11
and this is largely true of creative work in general.
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Trent Hone Aug 10
Replying to @BA_Friedman
Awesome! Congratulations
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Trent Hone Aug 10
Wrote about the importance of this recently.
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Trent Hone Aug 8
Oh no. Geoff was wonderful. I will miss him.
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Donald Reinertsen Aug 6
Perhaps success varies with which game of Whack-a-Mole we play. The more deterministic, linear flow of manufacturing is like one mole who stays up until we whack him. In product development we have many moles, unpredictably & temporarily popping up from many holes. Different game
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Rob England Aug 1
"the constraint" implies a simple linear flow. Where is "the constraint" in a network?
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Naval Institute Press Aug 3
Minimum Viable Podcast (MVP) Q&A with Trent Hone (Learning War)
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Trent Hone Aug 3
Replying to @sjkilleen
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Amy Baxter Jan 13
I’m far from a historian, coming from disciplines where the field is often devalued. Often we hear that “history matters so we don’t repeat the same mistakes “. A more compelling framing of many contributions historians make is to give us the back story to the world we live in.
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Trent Hone Jul 29
Replying to @sonjabl
Love that idea. Will have to listen.
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Trent Hone Jul 29
Excellent thread on the challenges of assessing ideas out of context (and how we bring our context to them).
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Trent Hone Jul 29
Fascinating economic parallels drawn between 1918-1933 and 2008-today by in her keynote. In both periods, bubbles papered over more substantial problems.
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Trent Hone Jul 29
Great thought from yesterday morning: If you're going to end up with a process, it's best to start that way than to try to design an ideal and then allow it to evolve to stochastic. Reflects my years of experience in software and process work.
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Sal Mercogliano 🚢⚓🧭🐪🚒 Jul 29
Sea Power is not solely the application of Naval power but also commercial. The Chinese need their fishing fleet to provide protein for their population & exploit nations that can't protect their EEZs. They apply asymmetric strategy, going where the fish are & no protection.
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