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Interesting Post… 6/14/2010 through 6/20/2010

Mike Cottmeyer
Reading: Interesting Post… 6/14/2010 through 6/20/2010
Okay… so get this. When I go to my Google Reader feed and look at all the stuff I’ve shared over the past week, I get one list. When I go to my Twitter page and pull all the ‘Interesting Post..’ articles I’ve shared over the same time period… I get a different list. There is some overlap but neither is a subset of the other. My guess is that what I’ve actually shared over the past week is a superset of both lists. Oh well, again… maybe one day I’ll spend some time trying to figure out what’s up. Either way, this is a pretty good list of all the stuff that I noodled through over the past week.
Hope you like this week’s installment of ‘Interesting Post…’.

Corporate stuff http://bit.ly/caURkK

PMBOK, Agile, and Some Tips http://bit.ly/bA10TB
Connecting the Dots to PMBOK http://bit.ly/aQXo1w
Are things getting to complicated? http://bit.ly/93cV9r
8 Habits of Highly Excellent Bloggers http://bit.ly/cnIbX5
Stop Whining and Get Started! http://bit.ly/aWtuJZ
What Does It Mean to Be Agile? http://bit.ly/daoMJc
Fridays Digest #18 Scrum vs. Kanban http://bit.ly/968w3L
The Pepsi Challenge of Waterfall Agile or Kanban http://bit.ly/clDBr7
Agile in Everyday Life http://bit.ly/8ZJNly
Your Software is not a House http://bit.ly/a98OPH
Scrum and the PMBOK http://bit.ly/daxNlc
New to agile? Learn how to fail well http://bit.ly/d6wVj3
T-Shaped People http://bit.ly/92aQK9
Change Without Motivation http://bit.ly/c7amuo
Come Play Innovation Games for the Agile Developer Skills Project! http://bit.ly/c5omCk
ScrumMasters Now Earn More Money Than Project Managers http://bit.ly/92ahVw
Kanban: What are Classes of Service and Why Should You Care? http://bit.ly/aodC4t
The Oath of Non-Allegiance http://bit.ly/91Pxhh
Your Product Is Done http://bit.ly/dmn9aT
And as an added bonus for making it all the way to the bottom of the post… here is my last update from summer camp. I am home now, we came back yesterday, but the last night I did an update was Thursday. I feel a little guilty for not doing one the last night, but I got back to camp late and we had a campfire to go to. Anyway… this is Day #5… Family Night!

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LeadingAgile CEO and Founder, Mike Cottmeyer is passionate about solving the challenges associated with agile in larger, more complex enterprises. To that end, he and his team are dedicated to providing large-scale agile transformation services to help pragmatically, incrementally, and safely introduce Agile methods.

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