Author Archives: Paul Culling

Open Space Doesn’t Work in China

A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to go to the Scrum Gathering in Shanghai, China to represent VersionOne and give a talk on Collaborative Chartering. It was a long way to go for 3 full days on … Continue reading

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Fishing for Answers…

Fishbowl discussion panels are a great alternative to traditional conference speaker panels. The key word is discussion – a discussion that happens strictly between the fishbowl panelists. There are six chairs set up in a slight arc, and one chair … Continue reading

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Lean/Kanban Conference in London…

I am currently in my second year on the Agile Alliance board.  We meet face-to-face four times each year (including at the annual agile 200x conference) and September’s meeting was planned for London. Coincidentally there was also the UK Lean … Continue reading

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Paul’s Fantastic Fall Journey of Agileness…

The fall season has always been crazy for conferences and community events. The main difference this fall was that I got to hit the high points (IMHO) in person.  This meant a serious amount of travelling – well, more than … Continue reading

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