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Episódio 38: Qual a diferença entre Lean Inception, Design Thinking e Design Sprint?

Neste episódio do Podcast Mínimo Viável, você vai conferir um excelente bate-papo entre os profissionais Cristiane 'Coca' Pitzer, Luis Buchelli, Renato Borba e Vanderley Gomes, oportunidade em que abordam as principais diferenças entre Lean Inception, Design Thinking e Design Sprint e trazem exemplos de aplicação da Lean Inception em áreas que vão além da tecnologia da informação.

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Caroli.org
23 September 2022

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Three Sisters

Three Sisters

adams.co.tt blog
22 September 2022

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End of training retrospective template

Please find here a good template for a retrospective for a training. I have used this template many times. It works well for a smaller group of people as well for many participants (I did run it for a training with more than 100 people). I have run it in for a 1 and ½ […]

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Paulo Caroli
22 September 2022

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Katoomba Stars

Katoomba Stars

adams.co.tt blog
21 September 2022

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Katoomba Falls I

Katoomba Falls I

adams.co.tt blog
21 September 2022

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Katoomba Falls II

Katoomba Falls II

adams.co.tt blog
21 September 2022

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Katoomba Falls Upstream

Katoomba Falls Upstream

adams.co.tt blog
21 September 2022

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Witches Leap

Witches Leap

adams.co.tt blog
21 September 2022

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Katoomba Falls III

Katoomba Falls III

adams.co.tt blog
21 September 2022

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Episódio 37: PBB – Quem participa, exemplos de aplicação e papel do agilista

Neste episódio do Podcast Mínimo Viável, os treinadores da Caroli.org, Ademir Silva, Luis Buchelli, Teo Inke e Vinicius Nakamura compartilham muito conhecimento sobre o Product Backlog Building (PBB). Além de abordar quem são os participantes das sessões, eles falam sobre o papel do agilista nesse processo e trazem exemplos de aplicação desse importante método criado por Fábio Aguiar.

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Caroli.org
15 September 2022

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The roulette asks

The roulette asks is a great activity for people to get to know more about each other. Running the activity: Start by opening the FunRetro roulette asks page on a device or shared screem visible to everyone Choose a person, click on the roulette and ask the question Ask the person who answered to choose […]

Paulo Caroli
14 September 2022

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Optionality

During my college days I stumbled on a short story in a local magazine which changed my attitude towards work. A wealthy person employs a few people for housekeeping. Of the staff two of them are of similar experience but one of them is the head of the staff and other is just part of […]

Vinod Kumaar R
12 September 2022

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This website's 5th gen release

This website went through another transformation. It began as a page on Blogger, then went to WordPress, to Jekyll (post in PT), to my custom engine in Clojure, and now in my custom engine written in Python. I'm rewriting it again because I'm using more Python than Clojure these days. Also things started to break with the new releases of JVM.

Reduced page weight

Pages are slimmer now, partly by removing images I don't use anymore and by removing Google Analytics from the website. This website has too little traffic and no ads and does…

Marco Valtas
11 September 2022

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Request Waiting List

Nodes often have to contact several other nodes to form a quorum to handle a client request. Unmesh Joshi how a waiting list keeps track of the outstanding requests and sorting out what to do when it receives enough responses.

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Martin Fowler
9 September 2022

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Episódio 36: Filosofando sobre Produto Mínimo Viável

Neste episódio, o criador da Lean Inception, Paulo Caroli, apresenta um Diagrama de Venn, onde aborda a relação entre teorias de filósofos sobre como verificar que uma "verdade é realmente verdadeira" e a questão de suposições e validações ao se definir o Produto Mínimo Viável (MVP).

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Caroli.org
9 September 2022

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Request Batch

When distributing data leads to lots of small messages around a cluster then network latency and the request processing time (including serialization, deserialization of the request on the server side) can add significant overhead. Unmesh Joshi shows how requests can be combined into a Request Batch to improve throughput.

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Martin Fowler
6 September 2022

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PEST Analysis

PEST Analysis is a futurospective activity that helps a group of people better understand the Political, Economics, Social and Technological factors and how they impact in their business in the future. It is typically used for a team strategic planning. Running the activity: Draw the four areas on the board: Political, Economics, Social and Technological […]

Paulo Caroli
3 September 2022

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the core of Lean Inception (three things that matter)

For several years now I have been trying to emphasise the main benefits for a Lean Inception. There are really three things that matter when it comes down to deciding if Lean Inception is the workshop for you needs:   First, aligning and working effectively with the Minimum Viable Product concept and an an outcome-based roadmap […]

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Paulo Caroli
2 September 2022

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Episódio 35: Dois motores para a inovação – organização ambidestra

Neste episódio do Podcast Mínimo Viável, o autor Paulo Caroli responde questionamento trazido pelo profissional Felipe Carvalho e destaca a importância das organizações manterem sua excelência operacional, ao mesmo tempo em que também têm seus processos guiados e com investimentos focados em inovação.

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Paulo Caroli
2 September 2022

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What Does God Need With a Starship?

Andy Kessler wrote in the WSJ this month about the value of being a contrarian. Contrarians have a reputation for being cynics or curmudgeons because they’re out of step with mainstream thinking. And it’s true that being contrarian solely for the purpose of resisting or denying change is generally not helpful. But contrarian thinking can bring a lot of constructive insight.

For quite a few years now, I’ve written about the value of activist investing, which at its best challenges institutional thinking - and, when necessary, institutional reporting - for the benefit of those invested in the business…

noreply@blogger.com (Ross Pettit)
1 September 2022

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