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The Implications of Systems Thinking and Complex Systems

Net Objectives

This was originally written 2013-12-30 22:56 by Al Shalloway I have just started writing a new book and there is a section in the introduction that I thought would be interesting to people. It’s called “Systems Thinking and Complex Systems.” Here is an early version. I keep hearing that because we are working on complex … Continue reading "The Implications of Systems Thinking and Complex Systems". Complexity Systems Thinking

Evolve by Adding Biz to Your DevOps

Dzone - DevOps

*Grunts and nods approvingly*. Companies and tech teams are working towards adopting DevOps culture, in order to achieve some of its benefits, including: Faster recovery rate from failures; devops bpm jbpm drools devops and agile business management bizdevops bpm engine

Challenging the Assumption That One Must Get Teams to Work First

Net Objectives

This post was originally written 2014-03-15 As some of you may have seen, Ron Jeffries put forth a blog on SAFe that assumes something I don’t agree with – always get teams doing Agile before starting to scale. By Scale, I don’t mean making projects larger, but rather having Agile extend across the entire project. As Ron … Continue reading "Challenging the Assumption That One Must Get Teams to Work First". Challenging Myths

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Sevian Business Performance Assessment Program

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Design and Run Experiments That Actually Progress Your Business

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

Experimenting as a way to explore new products, services, and business models can help eliminate the guesswork involved in building something your customers actually value. That said, it's often quite tricky to take your vision and figure out the first experiment to run. How do you get started? How can you ensure your experiments are well-designed? Join Nick Noreña, educator, entrepreneur, and currently an Innovation Coach at Kromatic, as he walks us through how we can figure out the right experiments to run for any product or service, and in organizations of all sizes.

Myths I Do Not Believe In

Net Objectives

This blog was originally written in August of 2014. I’ve added a few items today. And will continue to add items as they occur to me. The difference between science and religion is religion can’t abide being wrong science seeks to be wrong. Neil Tyson One of my frustrations in the Agile industry is that so … Continue reading "Myths I Do Not Believe In". Challenging Myths

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We shouldn’t be surprised by Dark Agile. We should be surprised it works as well as it does

Net Objectives

Our Agile at scale methods are often like driving on the wrong side of the road in reverse during a rainstorm. While the driver’s are well intended, and may even appreciate that at least they’re in a car, that are better ways. Here’s a list of things we must do that are usually not done when … Continue reading "We shouldn’t be surprised by Dark Agile. We should be surprised it works as well as it does". Agile at Scale Lean Agile Adoption Lean-Agile

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Life of Software Engineer

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How to Build a Personal Brand: 10 Tips to Get You Started

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Spookstock is secretive charity concert to help the kids of fallen intelligence professionals

CTOvision

Very little is written about Spookstock, and we only write this with permission of the organizers. It is a secretive charity event which seeks to keep details out of the limelight for many reasons, including having a respect for those it honors and their causes.

How to Design Strong Experiments

Speaker: Franziska Beeler, Head of Cloud Academy, and Tendayi Viki, Associate Partner, Strategyzer

When testing new business and product ideas, choosing the right experiment is just the beginning. After we have chosen our experiment, it’s important that we spend some time designing it well. Join Tendayi Viki, corporate innovation expert and associate partner at Strategyzer, and Franziska Beeler, Head of Cloud Academy at Strategyzer, as they walk us through the three key elements that help you design stronger experiments and come away with the evidence you need to advance your idea.

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Model Your Mechanisms with SolveSpace

The New Stack

We like our tools, here at Off-The-Shelf Hacker. Drill presses, screwdrivers, soldering irons and anything power or manual are all part of what it takes to bring one-off physical computing gadgets into our reality.

5 Ways To Ease Your Employees Out of Debt

Strategy Driven

There are several ways that you can provide incentives or benefits to your employees. In this day and age, employers have come to realize the importance of having long-term employees that know the company’s trade by heart.