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Agile is not dead, quite the opposite

Three billion people form the global labor pool; 227 million in Europe, 130 million full-time employees in the US, 48% of the US workers are in knowledge work; there are 4.6 million IT workers in the US alone, over 3 million in India. IT in India accounted for 8% of its GDP already in 2013,…

Moore crossing chasm curve

What happens after Agile crosses the chasm

Agile is spreading and changing at such a rate that Cutter’s Business Technology journal devoted two issues to the topic (see references). In the introduction to the first issue, abridged to post on this site, I examined the idea that we have entered the “post-agile” age (read it here). “Post-agile” means that we are in…

Kokoro extends Shu-Ha-Ri with “Heart”

In March 2015, I was searching for a way to extend Shu-Ha-Ri with a radical simplification… and found “kokoro”. Read the little story here… kokoro extends shu ha ri (PDF)

Shu Ha Ri

Around 2000, I was writing about the 3 levels of listening, and someone introduced me to Shu-Ha-Ri. They have been a mainstay of my writing, teaching, speaking since then. Here is an article explaining Shu Ha Ri, from the early 2000s: Shu Ha Ri (PDF) Then, in 2015, I was looking for the radical simplification of…

Post-Agile thoughts

We are now in the “post-Agile” age. “Post”-something means that we are in an in-between period, where one thing has been incorporated into our culture and the next thing has not yet formed to the point of naming. The period of horseless carriages preceded the age of cars; indeed, even “automobile” is an in-between word,…

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