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Reading the Agile Manifesto - Olaf Lewitz

Reading the Agile Manifesto - Olaf Lewitz | Innovatus |
I’ve been uncovering better ways of becoming agile by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work I’ve come to read the manifesto from different angles. Right Supports Left One is this: focus on the common pattern in the four statements. The things on the right could be helpful in supporting the things on …
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The Expert Enough Manifesto

The Expert Enough Manifesto | Innovatus |

Life is richest when we become good at a lot of different things. We think terms like “know-it-all,” “jill of all trades” and “renaissance man” are compliments...

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Hugo Monteiro's comment, January 31, 2012 7:37 AM
The first time, and everytime, I hear about that old american(?) saying "Jack of all trades, master of none." a picture pops out in my head with a clear definition of what that saying really means to me: "master of one thing, dumb at everything else!". This "manifesto" basically confirms this! (Although I really didn't need confirmation about life experience had showed me this over and over!)