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The need for agile craftsmanship (Pt 4 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way Episode 4: The pleasant way CHANGE MANAGEMENT People go through 5 phases of resistance to change. In the first step of denial, our Melvin is in a meeting […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship – (Pt 1 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way EPISODE 1: THE AGILE CRAFTSMANSHIP When using “agile” in publications and discussions, it turns out to generate a lot of emotions. The audience seems to be divided into […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship (Pt 2 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way Episode 2: Agile groundwork In the previous episode, we outlined the agile groundwork. Agile-on-speed teams do not go through this stage of groundwork. It requires boots on the […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship (Pt 3 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way Episode 3: The Melvin attitude First Melvin attitude : The others are hell – Increase the Barbarian factor of your meetings The employees of the retail company (of […]

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