Agile · Decision making · Ideals · Leadership · Principles · Product management

People > Process > Product

You’ve likely heard many of the jokes before.  There are three kinds of people in the world: those who can count and those who can’t.  Or there are 10 kinds of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don’t.  Or maybe even there are two kinds of people in the world:… Continue reading People > Process > Product

Book reviews · Pop culture · Reading

The Misplaced

Twitter is often flooded with silly, argumentative, banal, or gossipy froth – at least in my feed anyway.  But I also have the pleasure and privilege of connecting with some cool and talented people posting about topics and ideas that interest me.  Somehow I’ve managed to connect with some incredible independent comics writers, artists, and… Continue reading The Misplaced

Agile · Decision making · Ideals · Principles · Product management

Agile theory and messy reality

By temperament I am somewhat of an intellectual.  I enjoy abstract conversations and discussions about the “right” way to do things.  My personality type – according to tests like the Myers Briggs Temperament Indicator or the Enneagram – tends to the idealistic, meaning I place a high value on integrity and push myself and the… Continue reading Agile theory and messy reality