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A Living Agile Product: The Hospital Patient

I recently had a sudden reason to do something I had not done since childhood. I went to the hospital as a patient. Surgery could not wait. I’m doing well now, moving on the road to full recovery. As I reflect back on the experience, I found things to learn about team work, skill boundaries […]

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“BDUF Scrum” – Don’t do it!

Finding the Theme I enjoy helping people with Scrum and Agile. The more I do it, the more I learn and enjoy it. Many of my recent in person and online encounters have had a similar flavor to them. I didn’t put my finger on it until this morning. In an online exchange people have […]

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Must “Do The Edges” Or It’s Not Done

The lawn was out of hand.  I skipped mowing one week for some reason and now it was far too long.  I attacked with the mower and with a desire to get the chore over as quick as possible. Now with the grass cut low, I began to coil the mower’s extension cord and noticed […]

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