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Jul

09

2014
Commit to the Trick

Commit to the Trick

BMX stunt riders, just like any other eXtreme Sport, takes a lot of practice to get right.  When learning a trick, a lot of practice is required.  Most of that time, of course, is spent failing, sometimes in spectacular ways.  Before a...

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Jul

08

2014
Charting an Agile Transformation

Charting an Agile Transformation

  This is an adaptation of a model that I came across recently on http://LeadingAgile.com.  My model is slightly different from theirs, but it serves a similar purpose – to chart the Agile Transformation of an organization. The Dimensions BUDGET &...

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Jul

01

2014
Empowerment Quadrant Tool

Empowerment Quadrant Tool

Last week at our regular Lean &  Agile discussion group, I was introduced to a quadrant tool, used to gage how in control team members are feeling.  There are some similarities between this, and the Cynefin leadership framework, but it...

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Jun

05

2014
Feelings, Facts, Intentions

Feelings, Facts, Intentions

When we judge ourselves, our tendency is to judge ourselves based on our intentions, but to judge others on their actions and results.  Feelings, Facts, Intentions is a simple conversation framework for approaching feedback and conflict situations.  The framework moves...

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