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I Am Sorry. I Was Wrong.
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Take a pre-wedding photoshoot for example. That is perfection personified. With painted smiles, impressive backdrops, flowers at the right spot and happiness all around. Real life is a lot like marriage. With plenty of "oops" in play!
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Agile And Social Learning
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Learning is a cognitive process that takes place in a social context. Read how Agile combines the research from Social Learning theory into practical application for business teams across the globe.
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What Is The Opposite Of Distraction?
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As Stephen Covey famously said, the main thing is to keep the main thing, the main thing! That is what gives us traction. Or keeps us away from distraction!
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Agile And Team Goals
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What happens when a team does not know 'what' it needs to do and 'by when'? This edition explores how team goals help Agile teams collaborate
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The Good Old Days
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Assume it is 2032 today. Let's do some time travel. The It is 2032. The summer Olympics are happening in Brisbane, Australia. You are flying in a supersonic jet to get there. And in the in-between moments, you scroll through...
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Agile Weaves Performance Management Into Work
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Performance appraisals are dreaded by all - employees, managers and even HR people! Can Agile give us clues for making this more seamless? Read on
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Facts and Opinions. Lessons From My Daughter
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I sat up. Straightened. And stiffened. Wondering where the evening was going to take us to!
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Agile As A Conversation
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How does one have agile conversations? Is Agile itself conversational? Find out more in this guest post edition by Kavi Arasu
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Celebrating The 100th Edition
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The OWL Despatch has forced me to think deeper about a topic. It takes focused reading and writing. Churning out editions when life presents itself with its warts, blemishes and flourishes is something that stays with me.
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