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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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Sedentary Executives . . . Arise

If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.                     –Theodore Roosevelt I’ve been sitting far too much lately. … Continue reading

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A Life Lesson . . . from 70 year old marathon runner

“The marathon is not really about the marathon, it’s about the shared struggle. And it’s not only the marathon, but the training.”  ~Bill Buffum Between the ages of 43 and 48 I got talked into running marathons.  Now, before you … Continue reading

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