Author Archives: Jeff Smith
With most of our members currently enjoying the resurgence of consulting and full-time Agile demand, we have decided to cease holding the Eastside Lean Coffee for the time being. Join our mailing list to stay informed when we start up again. … Continue reading
The Four Agreements. This is a book – we covered the first two agreements: “Speak honestly and deliberately”, which is taken to mean that words have power, so choose your words carefully, and “Don’t take things personally”, which is to … Continue reading
Red, Yellow, Green Project Management Status. Often used by project managers to report status. Pros/Cons – because they are indicative of adherence to a plan, require a plan that is simple enough to be measured. Good for tracking simple … Continue reading
Tunnel of Eupalinos. We came up with several of our own theories of how the Tunnel of Eupalinos was built. This is a tunnel over 1km long, dug from both ends, which is entirely level, and meets in the middle. … Continue reading
@theAgilePMO to take over from @visionary1usa at the Seattle Eastside’s #leancoffee Continue reading
Great conversation today. It came up that some might struggle to make the hard 8:30-10am window for the meeting. While it is impossible to accommodate all schedules, all should feel free to join… even if you are a little late … Continue reading
Welcome to Brent Barton. What a great discussion on a possible Portfolio Management Game/Simulator! And contemplating the industry trends of software craftsmanship, transforming through government – industry – education, and the upcoming AFEI Conference in Seattle.
A great meeting. Lots of deep thoughts and participation – BRAVO!
The Flying Apron – a definite improvement! Wifi, credit cards, less noise, tasty coffee and snacks! Thanks for coming out to Adam, Jon, Thomas, & Paul!