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Yoga and Agility

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My wife dragged me off to do yoga this morning and I’m glad she did. The instructor really got me thinking with some of her instruction. She had a theme today around how yoga is not the poses or the positions or even the movements, but rather a state of mind. She repeatedly pressed us […]

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Modular, Over Monolithic

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There is a natural tension between the predictability an organization needs in order to plan and budget and the adaptability it also needs to accommodate for change and the unknowns. At the outset of a new project, especially if it is using new technologies, there can be an order of magnitude difference between how long […]

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The Fizz, the Buzz, and the Ugly

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FizzBuzz is a simple programming problem that’s often used in an interviewing context or as the basis for exploring the nuances of test-driven development. It can be useful for purposes like those, as the problem itself isn’t so complicated that it gets in the way of the goal; either vetting very basic programming skills or […]

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Thinking Differently About Agile Transformation:
The “LeadingAgile Way”

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Since coming onboard with LeadingAgile, I am continuously learning more about Agile Transformation and the market for our services.  Each day, I learn something new about why companies choose to work with us versus other consulting companies.  LeadingAgile is different and here is why… The way businesses operate and survive in today’s market is constantly […]

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Reclaiming Agile

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Everyone loves Agile. You can tell, because everyone is doing Agile. Or are they? There’s always been some debate about just what “Agile” is supposed to mean, despite the conciseness and clarity of the four value statements in the Agile Manifesto. But in recent years, the debate has grown heated. The Two Camps of Agile […]

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