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Join us for another Limited WIP Society KC Lunch, Lean Coffee format. http://ow.ly/dKHug  Hope to see you there!
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"Pulaski Bank lays out timeline of employees’ mass exodus" http://ow.ly/cypbY Interesting read on how to not exit a company.
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Reminder: LimitedWIP KC Lunch tomorrow http://ow.ly/amwpK! We will start with a practitioner sharing his #kanban experience and artifacts.
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Oh, BTW. We're having a Limited WIP Socity Lunch tomorrow! Details on the lack of food, but surplus of coffee here: http://ow.ly/dPskb
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Interested in learning more about Kanban and Lean software? Check out the Kanban training opportunity coming to KC. Ask me about the LWS KC $500 discount available through our local chapter!
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Hi G+ followers. Do you have any recommendations for cancer treatment centers? Preferably in the midwest. Doing some polling for a family member living in KS. Thank you!
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If you haven't been keeping score at home, it appears one kick-the-can-down-the-road-legislative-non-solution won over another kick-the-can-down-the-road-legislative-non-solution in DC this week.

One political party got an advantage over another, but the American public get yet another shaft. No one looks for a better long term, system-wide solution, only to score short term political points.

Yet in my social media stream yesterday and today, I see links, re-tweets, and political commentary pulled directly from special interest group talking points and political party mailing lists. All celebrating a political victory or bemoaning a political defeat.

All over the passage of a piece of legislation with a 2 month duration! We get this train wreck of a political process because that's what we demand of the system. Disagree? Look at how we communicate with each other! We communicate as citizens by sending links to political hack-job blog posts containing shallow political commentary, in the hopes to score cheap political points for "our team".

Let's get real fellow citizens! Do yourself a favor. Unsubscribe, un-follow, and disconnect from the crap that comes into your social media streams.

Then let's talk... really talk to each other as citizens trying to solve real problems.
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Pragmatic Agilist in Information and Knowledge Work
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Pragmatic Agilist, Dad, Software Developer, and now Kanban Practitioner.
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Very good work. They understand what it means to run a customer-centric business. They left my child car seat in the shop when I picked up the car. The owner drove the seat to my place of work that afternoon, apologizing profusely. It really didn't bother me too much, but how they handled a "mistake" is the best indicator of their view of customers. Tint looks great too.
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