Category: Agile

Learning Philosophy

This sprint's retrospect has me thinking about building and maintaining high performing teams. My own personal colleague training and development philosophy is... 1. Hire character, not skill. 2. Train skill,…
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Must be doing something right…

You know that you must be doing something right when experts in your field who write books on how to do things right use you as the example!
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Security Integration Engineering Professional Certification

Cyber-threats to your organization are increasing at an exponential rate. Are you countering those threats by employing an incremental response by hiring outsiders to try and keep up? Or are…
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Business Analysis Techniques

There are a number of generic business techniques that a business analyst will use when facilitating business change.  I have experienced that most clients projects use SWOT, supplemented with 5Ys and 6…
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Old Sckool Manual

Here is a fun "eBook" prototype I put together way back in November of 2012. I was working with a great group of folks who were getting more and more…
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5 reasons why your CLO should be your CEO’s favorite CXO

1. CLO as COO. All Chief Learning Officers worth their salt have assembled diverse, agile teams that can operate on a global scale. The CLO has a track record of…
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Corrigan’s ADDIE/Agile Synthesis Model (c)2013

Some of my collagues in the learning, training and coaching fields have asked me to give presentations to their teams on both ADDIE and Agile.  Over the course of the past…
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Social Media talk today…

Giving a brief chat on social media to a staff ton of compliance people. Going to introduce them to my buddy Alfred Jones...
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