The 4 Keys to Coaching People

Motivating people to develop and grow professionally while advancing organizational objectives is the age-old challenge of management, or leadership. If you are struggling to get your people to achieve what you hope for, this blog is for you. “Management” and “manager” are evil words today. Instead, the paradigm shift is …

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The “Best Practice” Fallacy

A best practice is something that industry professionals deem, through experience, to be the best way to do a thing. Since a lot of smart people have come to this conclusion, following these best practices is often desired by others in the profession or across industry. It makes sense that …

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Why “Requirements” Are Bad

Have you ever considered that “requirements” are bad? I am not talking about poorly written, or bad requirements, but rather the concept of requirements altogether. I am asserting that working from “requirements” leads to the wrong product and a focus on outputs – both of which are ineffective, old-school thinking, …

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The Two Definitions of Agile

What is Agile? Ask ten people this question and while you may not get ten completely different answers, you will certainly get several variations of two primary schools of thought. Within coaching circles, there are plenty of concepts and practices to debate ad nauseam, but none of them are more …

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