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Something I Learned by Studying Misic as a Kid

This was the topic of the second of my three super-lightning talks that I fit into two minutes at the 2013 Agile Coach Camp Canada. This post continues the series of reports from the camp, started here and continued here, … Continue reading

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The #NoEstimates Game Debut at #ACCCA13

I’m continuing the series of reports from the 2013 Agile Coach Camp Canada started with the previous post. The opening night of the camp was the games night and the highlight of it was definitely was the debut of Chris … Continue reading

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Open Space Without Proposals

The fourth annual Agile Coach Camp Canada took place last month in Toronto last month and was once again a great event for learning and sharing knowledge. I am starting a series of posts about what went on there as … Continue reading

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#LKNA13 Wednesday in Tweets

From Douglas Hubbard’s keynote: The most important decision is your decision making method – d Hubbard #lkna13 — richard hensley (@rhensley99) May 1, 2013 There’s a fundamental paradox with someone claiming they got experience but not the basis for scientific … Continue reading

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#LKNA13 Tuesday in Tweets

From Stephen Parry’s keynote: Here you can find the talk by @leanvoices from Vienna he was referring to: lean-kanban.eu/sessions/parry/ #LKNA13 — Arne Roock (@arneroock) April 30, 2013 Rather than working towards a specification, work towards a purpose ~ @leanvoices #lkna13 … Continue reading

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#LKNA13 Monday in Tweets

From Bob Lewis’ keynote: The Keep the Joint Running manifesto – triskadecaphilic guidelines for leading 21st century IT. #lkna13 twitter.com/joakimsunden/s… — joakimsunden (@joakimsunden) April 29, 2013 PDF containing most of the slides from Bob Lewis keynote, including the “Triskadecaphilic guidelines” … Continue reading

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#NoEstimates Discussion at Agile Open Toronto

I was at Agile Open Toronto as week ago and this post is a short report and a follow-up on the “No-Estimates” session that took place there. The session was proposed and led by Chris Chapman and 23 people, about … Continue reading

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