Posts Tagged "learning"

How to Deliver Actual Outcomes

Mar 07 2017

We’re always looking for ways to deliver remarkable outcomes. To that end, we adopted Tom Gilb‘s Impact Estimation Tables during our product development…

Pair Programming Trails

Jun 19 2015

Pair Programming As A Workshop Yesterday I had the opportunity to pair programme for a few hours, something I don’t get to…

Some thoughts on collaboration

Aug 01 2011

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller Over the years I’ve participated in and…

Energized Work book club

Jun 01 2011

From my own experience, many things I have learned started with reading something in a book. So in November 2009 I floated…

Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA)-powered learning

Aug 01 2010

Deming‘s Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle is a scientific method for problem resolution. But it isn’t just about resolving problems in a timely fashion. Used…

Don’t aim at the target

Jan 01 2010

Without numerical measures we wouldn’t know what to do. The problem is, when numerical measures are used as targets they cause people…

Intrinsic motivation

Dec 01 2009

Money is important in this day and age. But money doesn’t motivate people to do their best. Watch the video. Even better…

Product stream

Oct 01 2009

Think of a product stream as a small company working exclusively on a product and delivering features that excite users to maximize…

Attitude of wisdom

Feb 01 2009

Bob Sutton describes the attitude of wisdom as “the courage to act on what is known right now and the humility to…

Stop sticking your finger in the wall socket

Feb 01 2009

If what you’re doing isn’t working, stop doing it and do something different. And if that works do more of it.

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