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Design documentation – do you need it?

In the beginning there was me. And I created a tool. And the tool was good. Well, it was better than the ad hoc interfaces we had used before, mostly based on internal test applications. It had a generic structure … Continue reading

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Is the Planning Game disrespectful?

Last week I was at the Lean Agile Scotland Conference 2012. Liz Keogh @lunivore gave an excellent keynote on respect, as in respect for your co-workers. More details here. The recording will be online at some point, and I suggest … Continue reading

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Managing the Unexpected

I’m just reading “Managing the Unexpected” by Weick and Sutcliffe. It talks about how high-reliability operations (HROs) such as Accident and Emergency centres, Aircraft Carriers, Nuclear Power Stations ensure they have fewer than their share of “brutal audits” (aka disasters) … Continue reading


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