Author Archives: lonnie.haire

sidebar ~ agile business analysts

there seems to be an ebb and flow for this sort of thing. recently i read a discussion on the idea of a technical business analyst and how the business analyst role is evolving in project management. there was an … Continue reading

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effective team membership ~ leadership

“success is the goal and is deterministic, exercise those actions that increase the opportunity for success. the rest will happen naturally…” i am a marine, husband, father, brother, son… i exercise leadership on a daily basis. deliberate and intentional leadership … Continue reading

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effective team membership ~ respect

“I’m not concerned with your liking or disliking me… all i ask is that you respect me…” ~jackie robinson i’d like to spend some time talking about respect, or organizing for respect. specifically in context of a collaborative vs cooperative … Continue reading

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sidebar ~ lean and scrum (an interview)

fun interview format: lean kanban & scrum sprints -: thank you for joining sidebar. i’m your host – (dash) and our guests for todays format will be lean software development and scrum development process. please welcome them… (applause) ;p scrum: … Continue reading

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sidebar ~ kerberos & v1

i’ve gotten a couple of questions lately about kerberos and v1. so i thought i’d put together some things that i’ve learned in my research on the topic. this isn’t a lesson on kerberos, which means there is an assumption … Continue reading

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Effective team membership ~ pride

“pride is a personal commitment. it is an attitude which separates excellence from mediocrity.” ~william blake a group of people does not make a team. cooperation does not equal collaboration. doing things does not mean they are the right things. … Continue reading

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