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Chris Matts
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Chris Matts 9h
I would go stronger than that. The examples are owned by the business as appropriate. The business either create them or are actively involved in their creation.
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Chris Matts 18h
Nice article. I would add a fourth idea “Examples are created collaboratively rather than the responsibility of a single person/role”.
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Chris Matts Aug 20
Most awesome!
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Alan Cooper Aug 20
I made a 2-minute video showing off Monkey Ranch as a wedding venue. Feel free to share it with any young people looking for a place to get hitched.
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Simon Mavi Stewart Aug 17
So… uh… anyone interested in : a conference devoted entirely to yak shaving, both metaphorical and real? I'm not saying I'll set it up, but I might set it up if enough people are interested. Somewhere near London, some time in 2020.
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Chris Matts Aug 18
to for helping me start to unpick a major problem involving culture.
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Chris Matts Aug 16
Where did you get your definition of enabling constraint? The dog rope example does not align with my understanding… or experience with a puppy. ;-)
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Chris Matts Aug 14
The Snowbird Collabatory has a code of conduct (beautifully written by ) to make it clear what behaviour is acceptable/unacceptable. There is also a Spanish Inquisition to listen to people, and act as necessary.
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Chris Matts Aug 13
Replying to @NativeWired
So how would a community identify a predator and then how should it deal with them?
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Chris Matts Aug 13
Replying to @NativeWired
So it’s better for companies to trust their vendors who have little agile experience? I’m looking for better than rather than perfect.
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Chris Matts Aug 13
Replying to @NativeWired
What do you think needs to be done?
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Chris Matts Aug 13
I had a similar experience once. So if snowbird does not address this. What would be a better solution?
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Chris Matts Aug 13
<Cough> snowbird collabatory <Cough> Either that or assume your vendors have your best interests at heart.
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Chris Matts Aug 11
I think that’s why I learn most from people I work with. They suggest the things I should look at rather than having to wade through a list.
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Chris Matts Aug 11
Completely agree about a list. It offers the possibility of lots of great conversations. Although the authors are important I think l learnt more from people I worked with who explained how to apply the work of the authors.
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Ron Donaldson Aug 10
RT : THREAD: What is complexity? Concepts as introduced by + / , with notes especially from the perspective of behavioural medicine. Full poster here:
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Chris Matts Aug 10
Personally I have always learnt a HUGE amount by discussing ideas with their creators. There are often blind spots in my way of thinking that speaking to the authors help with. literally blew up my mind.
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Chris Matts Aug 10
I think a key point is that to be a coach you have to have “done it”. Simply reading a book or attending a class without actually practicing isn’t enough. Neither is practice without studying the works of the originators of the ideas.
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Chris Matts Aug 10
Replying to @RonJeffries
I wonder how many agile coaches know what a ward number is? (Spoiler: The number of spells needed to ward off evil)
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Kishan Devani FRSA 🔶 Aug 10
would like all of us to forget this... I think you know what to do...
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