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Paul Schofield 1h
here at fuelled by ...well an army does march on it's stomach right?!
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Julian dos Remedios Dec 8
Every office should have one of these on the wall
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Evie Fan 6h
Since when has become the thing?! I also love TACOS
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John Cutler Dec 13
“Here’s your problem. You need to get to ****ing work.” This is what you get when you interview a master carpenter friend and they give you some advice about swproddev #
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Daniel Mezick 3h
Replying to @DanielMezick
So, when you hear some " thought leader" going on about their branded, proprietary approach, ask them: Does ENGAGEMENT of the employees matter? If so, WHAT'S YOUR ENGAGEMENT MODEL? How do *you* engage the people?
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John Cutler Dec 14
How much autonomy does “the team” have over the solution? What is their mandate?
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Niels Pflaeging 3h
The great Taiichi Ohno famously warned us to never "crystallize thinking into tools" - because the would inevitably get lost in the process. Too many in the domains of , OrgDevelopment, leadership & learning have not yet quite grasped the meaning of Ohno´s words.
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John Cutler Dec 12
Orgs dogmatically hire “product managers” / “product owners” when they actually need 1) agile coaches 2) UX Researchers 3) UX 4) data scientists 5) BAs .... A feature, 4-6p team, service is rarely “the product” or “a product” 1/n
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Daniel Mezick 30m
Those of you in and around Delhi India who are professionals are well advised (and in my view, very WISE) to investigate...The Agile Virgin:
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Dᴀɴɪᴇʟ Wᴀʟsʜ Dec 8
Busting myths about seen in some parts of community
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John Cutler Dec 11
Me: Why not experiment with eliminating story points? What’s the worst thing that can happen? Them: Part of our performance review depends on us using them.
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Rob Fajita 11h
What is the secret to running highly productive and effective meetings? Join from in 1/18 webcast to learn about a collaborative framework that any organization can adopt:
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Michelle Dewberry Dec 13
My recruitment company has some really great roles to fill at the moment. If you're in IT/Digital (or want to be!) & interested in new ops, please drop us a line info@hakitrecruitment.co.uk
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John Cutler Dec 8
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Neil Killick Dec 10
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