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How to Engineer an Agile Corporate Culture

  “I finally figured something out. Agile development is a culture, not a process.”   ~Jeff Patton I have a bum knee.  Actually it’s more than bum, it’s truly dysfunctional, especially after running 15 marathons between the age of 45 … Continue reading

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Understanding Corporate Culture: Jigsaw Puzzle or Legos?

My daughter and I assembled lots of jigsaw puzzles when she was little.  Somehow I think it helped her develop spatial awareness, manual dexterity and her memory skills. Critical foundations for becoming a musician. She started out with simple children’s picture puzzles, … Continue reading

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Corporate Culture: Change or Evolve?

  During my undergraduate and graduate years (1966-1974) I studied marine biology, population ecology and evolution at the University of California, Harvard and the University of Hawaii.  In those days my heroes were Charles Darwin, oceanographer Jacques Cousteau and Harvard professor … Continue reading

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