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Sandy Mamoli
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The +Powershop  branded +Kanbanfor1  boards are a work of art and beauty! We wish the +Powershop  guys lots of increased productivity, focus and happiness with them! :-) 
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doping control is there not only to catch dopers, but to deter them from doping in the first place. - Excellent post! http://t.co/USmDX9mG
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An Agile mindset - little girls and boys and placebos. Great talk by +Linda Rising (Video, 1 hr 10 and worth the time) http://t.co/jqgOKXtd
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Awesome post by +Neil Killick: Scrum & Kanban – Different, but compatible, strokes for different folks  http://t.co/avwLHMsw
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The Spirit of Change - this post made me think - http://buff.ly/OmpTDH
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Surfacing issues to top levels of leadership in organizations with deep hierarchies is fraught with peril. Some top leaders seem afraid of transparency. Some resist the idea of nemawashi - of showing deep respect for their people, of acknowledging that in order to improve our collective lot we should engage everyone's intellect. Vital constraints and facts are closely guarded, and decisions are made in relative secrecy.

Top leaders don't have to attempt to carry the full burden of imagination. They don't have to do all the thinking for all of us, and then issue directives. And yet, many of them don't yet know how to let go. They are likely Very Afraid of just such Anarchy as the author implies. And attempts at tightening grips of control will only generate more backlash and discontent, more frustration & misery.

Ultimately (and rather amazingly), it comes down to what we believe matters most. Belief is so insubstantial, it's a fleeting pattern of dynamic electro-chemical reactions in the neural networks of humans. And despite this fragility, belief and intent are perhaps the most powerful forces in the human sphere of affairs.

What we believe in drives our habits. It informs our reactions and choices. It shapes who we are, and what we want to be remembered for.

What do you believe in? How do you want to be remembered? What will you do to make it so?
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And this is how I organise my life - personal Kanban ...
Your Personal Kanban Board will help you to manage all the things you have to do. As a productivity helper it rocks. Manage your tasks, keep track of what you've done, stop multi-tasking - order your own designer board now at www.kanbanfor1.com.
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So going to try this. Aiming for end of sept RT +Henrik Kniberg How to self-organize a 50-person party #agile 
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And I hope Apple will be really fast approving it as it's really cool ;-)
 
Planning to submit our iKanban app to the appstore today. Exciting :-) 
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"Kanban - organisation through post-it notes". Read +James post on instructables.com on how to build your own personal Kanban board: http://ow.ly/dVJFF 
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How cool is this both in concept and visual imagery!
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The perfect picture of the differences between agile vs. waterfall
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Director of All Things Agile
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  • Nomad8 Ltd
    Director of All Things Agile, 2007 - present
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Wellington, New Zealand
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Vienna, Austria - Copenhagen, Denmark - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Presenter at Agile 2012
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  • Copenhagen Business School
    Computational Linguistics, 1996 - 1999
  • University of Southern Denmark
    Business Studies and Modern Languages, 1993 - 1996
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