Category Archives: Organizational Learning

Thoughts on “Managing” Software Development

I’ve written in the past on management and managers and you can find some of those thoughts here however I want to share some additional thoughts.  These thoughts are basically my answer to the question of: what does a Software … Continue reading

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Sharing In The Risk….

Over the last 48 hours, I’ve been engaged in some #NoEstimates conversations.   A tweet this yesterday evening re- introduced a very interesting dimension to the conversation (at least in my opinion). @eikonne In what way can we take responsibility … Continue reading

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Ownership over Accountability

(I really should be at the piano but I find that there are few things on my mind this morning). I find myself engaged in my fair share of conversations around accountability in various settings – particularly the Western world’s spin … Continue reading

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Decentralize City

Is your organization highly centralized or highly decentralized? Lean organizations are characterized by pushing decision-making to the “lowest” possible level. In the using the word “lowest”, I am just reflecting the hierarchy that exists in most organizations. What we’re really … Continue reading

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A Little Learning Is A Dang’rous Thing

Last night I tweeted: a shallow understanding can be more dangerous than ignorance. #Agile. — Eb (@eikonne) April 19, 2015 One of the most intelligent guys I know (and just reconnected with) Abiodun Ofuya, responded with: @eikonne …drink deep or … Continue reading

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Accountability, Say What?

Accountability is defined in the dictionary as: The quality or state of being accountable; especially : an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one’s actions Responsibility is often used as a synonym for accountability however frameworks … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

It’s been a minute since I’ve blogged as a lot has happened in life recently, the biggest being the passing and laying to rest of the matriach of our family, my grandmother. Hannah Joji Ikonne.  She was the best grandmother … Continue reading

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