Hi Jim, I'm looking forward to Agile-ing around with you again. I always look at the world from a different perspective after I've been in your space. A
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Hi, my name is James. I am web developer of IQmango team, now we are working on free dvd burning software and we are interesting to join your conference.
Here are the session notes.
Here are the session notes.
Reminder... Seattle Lean Coffee is *every* Wednesday from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. at Kakao - 415 Westlake Ave. http://seattle.leancoffee.org/ The website may be a bit dusty, but the conversations are always fresh. Heck, they're created from scratch at *every* meeting. See you there... Michael
Good morning. A number of the ideas we shared and experienced in our session and conversations yesterday were informed by the what has come to been called the Wenger-Trayner Value-Creation Matrix. Here is a link to the matrix and the full-paper. Let's move to Cycle 2 today. - Ernie and Ligia Wenger-Trayner Value-Creation Matrix: Integrating Indicators and Stories: http://tinyurl.com/vcmatrix Full Paper: Promoting and Assessing Value Creation in C... [read more]
Hi all, I'm considering pitching a presentation, and was wondering what kind of prep work is suggested, and what kind of set are we working with. Should I have my PowerPoint ready to go? Are there projectors? Regards, Eric
Any out-of-town (or even in-town) folks want to make a field trip to some of our world-class, local treasures? Seattle is one of the few cities that people move to in order to be close to nature. And, it's also a great city to stick around and be a tourist. If you'd like to do some touristy or outdooristy group activity, let me know. I can lead a group adventure or recommend some places for you to do. (206-679-7941 is best, but MichaelRWolf@att.n... [read more]
Hey Folks. I need to know what time this thing starts/ends each day and can't find it anywhere. Is there a agenda/timeline that you can please point me to? thanks Jenefer
Many first time attendees have asked what types of topics are open for discussion at Kaizen Camp. Here’s just a sampling from last year’s event: What Does the “Future of Work” Look Like? What is Vision? Leadership? Process Improvement? Why Do Them? Accountability & Responsibility for Process Improvement, Lean etc. Lean & the Montessori Educational Approach Lean & Publishing: How Lean Can Help You Write a Book Intro to Personal Kanban Intro to the... [read more]
For our out of town guests who've missed the opportunity to reserve their room at the Silver Cloud Inn (which is now completely booked), we've secured a special rate at the nearby Hotel Nexus Seattle. http://www.hotelnexusseattle.com/ The $129.00 rate for a premium double queen room or king (based on availability) includes complimentary parking, hot breakfast buffet, wifi, and shuttle to the University of Washington. To secure this rate, please c... [read more]
I’ve always found the perspective I’ve gleaned from the "spaces in-between” to be the most compelling. The overlap that occurs between circles in a Venn diagram. The accidental discoveries presented between a starting point and a destination. The intersection between disciplines that forces creative thinking about seemingly disparate topics. But that - somehow - shed light and foster understanding where previously none existed (sometimes even rev... [read more]