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Practicing

There is an old joke, very popular in performing circles.  A tourist shows up in New York City for the first time.  He wants to see all the sites.  The next one on his list is Carnegie Hall, and as … Continue reading

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SUCCESS = RESULTS – EXPECTATIONS (Part 1 of 2)

When I talk with people learning about agile software, I often play the game Presto Manifesto where the room talks about what it means to have a successful project and then breaks up into groups and – based on their … Continue reading

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A Musical Approach to Agile Development Teams – Part 1 of 2

<Adapted from my article in CM Crossroads article titled, “Making Beautiful Music Together”> Have you ever watched a jazz combo? The performance starts with the leader counting off the rhythm, then stepping away. Then the drummer begins to lay down … Continue reading

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