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Chris Matts
Laziness is an aspiration that few achieve.
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Chris Matts Aug 2
Respect to you all! That is true beauty. Don’t forget you need a clearing in the wood with a circle of seven oaks! Ideally where two Ley lines meet. :-)
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Chris Matts Aug 2
Awesome! And Bluebells? No woodland is complete without Bluebells.
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Chris Matts Jul 30
Replying to @anthonycgreen @sonjabl
I’m especially keen to hear experience reports on how people are using Sensemaker to do real time product management and business analysis.
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Chris Matts Jul 29
Replying to @anthonycgreen @sonjabl
Well there have been enough talks on complexity at agile conferences for the past ten years that I hope there are at least a few experience reports. The organisers alone must be using it otherwise why would they promote it?
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Chris Matts Jul 29
Replying to @anthonycgreen @sonjabl
It would be great if you could run a virtual conference on complexity in Agile with a focus on experience reports rather than thought leaders. More YouTube videos for your excellent list. ;-)
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Chris Matts Jul 26
Replying to @c_combe
They know I start an hour early so that I can take the dog for a walk! Freaky!
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Chris Matts Jul 24
It already exists... where?
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Chris Matts Jul 24
Replying to @rgwarner
I think he is being helpful. He is saying do it before the end of the years otherwise the option expires.... suckers!
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Chris Matts Jul 24
to you both for making me smile. ;-)
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Chris Matts Jul 24
Replying to @anthonycgreen
So your advice to a disoriented time traveller sent back 15 years to the past is “Find Father Christmas”. I wonder if anything could go wrong?
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Chris Matts Jul 19
UI is only an afterthought in organisations where developers are focusing solely on code and no one focuses on customers and their needs. To handle this situation, change the organisation to one that cares about customers and their needs.
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Chris Matts Jul 19
In fact, better yet,... work backwards with given when then.
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Chris Matts Jul 19
If you work backwards using mocks you achieve the same thing.
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Chris Matts Jul 19
Replying to @cyetain
What you see is heavily influenced by your bee leafs. Is this a tree or a parasite using a tree as it’s skeleton?
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Chris Matts Jul 18
This makes me so happy to read. This is why it makes me happy I love it when someone comes to the same conclusion.
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Chris Matts Jul 18
to for being an amazing quarterback and team player this week. Perfect timing with passing and blocking, switching role from offensive to defensive smoothly and effortlessly. And for making the game fun.
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Chris Matts Jul 15
Replying to @RonJeffries @cyetain
I’m guessing he is saying you should start with needs rather than solutions.
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Chris Matts Jul 15
I’m loving your mastery of distributed cognition. :-)
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Chris Matts Jul 15
to and for making me think and helping me enjoy the simple pleasure of being wrong. :-)
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