Archive for 'Reflections'
Posted on 04. Oct, 2009 by Michael Spayd.
My friend Jean Tabaka recently posted what may become a seminal blog (who knows, eh?) on a process of escalating conflict she sees within the Agile community (Escalation is Killing Agile). It soon made the Twitter rounds and then ignited a storm of comments, including some that seemed to actually illustrate Jean’s point. My primary […]
Posted on 01. Oct, 2009 by Michael Spayd.
Nothing is as fast (or impactful) as trust, whether high or low. That is the message of Stephen M.R. Covey’s book The Speed of Trust. Do yourself a favor and check it out. Covey highlights that we are in a crisis of (mostly lack of) trust. It is killing us. Restoring trust–in society, in our businesses, […]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2009 by Michael Spayd.
Yes, we will be in Chicago for the premier conference, Agile 2009! I am giving two presentations, announcing some new service packages, and making a special conference offer. My major presentation is a half-day tutorial on Wednesday afternoon (2-5:30). The title is Creating Your Enterprise Adoption Plan: A Seven Layer Framework. It is aimed at folks […]
Posted on 17. Aug, 2009 by Michael Spayd.
It’s fitting that the Collective Edge 2.0 web site is now fully utilizing Web 2.0 tools. I know that term is a bit overused, but implementing on the WordPress platform really has made it clear to me: it is a new web. Our original site (www.collective-edge.com) was SO non-interactive. The difference is almost shocking. Thanks […]