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Karl Scotland
Kanban Thinker. Using Agility Strategically
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Karl Scotland Jun 15
Trying to pronounce Suneffyun.
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Melissa Perri Jun 14
Replying to @eegrove @DocOnDev and 3 others
Telling stories here in Brookyln and saying goodbye to a great man. ❤️
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Ellen Grove Jun 14
Joining you in raising a dram (and a spoonful of cranachan) in honour of Martin tonight
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Daniel Jun 14
I didn’t know that man personally, but I hear he’s caused a lot of positive impact in this world. Cheers, Martin!
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Chris Matts Jun 14
Today with and many others, we celebrated the life of our friend A beautiful eulogy by I’m in awe of strength and grace.
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Doc Norton Jun 14
Joining you in honoring from across the pond.
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Diane Zajac Jun 14
We’re with you in spirit, toasting . Sending hugs & love.
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Karl Scotland Jun 14
Toasting . Not the best photo, but whisky was involved.
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Karl Scotland Jun 14
Replying to @t_magennis
sorting out approval for 2 and possibly 3 people... :-)
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Jeff Gothelf Jun 12
"Why does every project have to be Agile these days?" It doesn't. However, every initiative should support agility -- the ability, desire and safety to change course in the face of evidence that contradicts the original plan.
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Karl Scotland Jun 12
Thanks to for the inspiration and collaboration in creating the session.
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Karl Scotland Jun 11
Replying to @chrisvmcd @snowded
Phew. Thanks for the link - I’ll re-watch again.
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Karl Scotland Jun 11
Replying to @chrisvmcd @snowded
I think that matches what I said, which was based on how I used the two together this this morning.
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Chris McDermott 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jun 11
Replying to @kjscotland @snowded
“Cynefin is an ontological model with epistemological implications, Wardley maps are a phenomenological model with epistemological implications”
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Anthony Green Jun 11
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Anil Sharma Jun 11
Looking forward to tomorrow's Lean Agile Brighton talk by the one & only - with a touch of Phil Collins for inspiration: Refreshments provided by the wonderful people at Bright Interactive
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Karl Scotland Jun 11
Replying to @PapaChrisMatts
The axes are more like those on a Wardley Map; ambiguity and visibility.
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Karl Scotland Jun 11
Should a sense-making (data precedes framework) approach to be called SenseMapping?
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Karl Scotland Jun 11
helps make sense of the world so we can decide how to act. helps make sense of the world so we can decide what to act on.
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Lean Agile Brighton Jun 8
Only 4 Early Bird tickets left.
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