As more organisations look towards Agile ways of working to create efficiencies in their software or change deliveries, it is easy to lose track of what is possible. This site is intended to provide insights into Agile ways of working for both seasoned enthusiasts and uncertain beginners.
It is a work in progress. Articles and insights will be published as demand and time permits. If there is anything you would like to see here; please let me know your thoughts.
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I focus on one thing
You can’t spend all your life staring at a screen or planning a delivery.
I find getting completely away from the task frees-up the creative synapses. Always returning more driven than before.
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The ‘almost’ part is important though.
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To my knowledge scaling frameworks do not yet include cloning humans, so there’s a limit to what I can actively pursue. However, if you have a challenging proposal; get in touch. We’ll never be further behind than we are right now.
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