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Agile Journal Features The Responsibility Process™
Head on over to the Agile Journal and click on the article titled Personal Agility For Potent Agile Adoption by Amr Elssamadisy and Ashley Johnson, two friends of mine who are thought leaders in agile and lean software development. They say that the Responsibility Process™ is core to agile behavior. Here's an excerpt: Figure 1 represents a model that we...

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Posted on 08/22/2007 12:11 am | 2 Comments
 
Kudos to Cinda Voegtli
Kudos to Cinda Voegtli over at The Art of Project Management and her post on teamwork and individual responsibility. Way to go! She echoes the theme of my book and brings music to my ears.

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Posted on 08/18/2007 04:44 am | No Comments
 
Thanks for the Kudos
I appreciate Steven List's blog post on my session Monday afternoon at Agile 2007. I like what he captured as the essence -- that responsibility derives from self while accountability comes from without. Music to my ears.

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Posted on 08/15/2007 02:12 pm | No Comments
 
End With the Beginning in Mind
Mike Griffiths, blogging at Leading Answers, recently wrote that he was leaving his employment of six years at Quadrus Development and starting a new gig. Then Mike went on to say that he read some helpful teamwisdom in my book (Teamwork Is An Individual Skill) about Ending With the Beginning in Mind. He then reviewed all the wonderful opportunities he...

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Posted on 04/08/2007 06:04 pm | No Comments
 
Modern Plastics Recognizes Power of Responsibility Redefined
The March 2007 issue of Modern Plastics magazine recognizes Partnerwerks client ATEK Plastics for their amazing four-year turn-around story in which Responsibility Redefined played a role in re-building the culture and focusing both leadership and plant employees on a powerful language for continuous improvement. Responsibility Redefined leveraged ATEK's efforts in Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, internal collaboration, as well as customer...

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Posted on 03/23/2007 01:20 pm | No Comments
 
How to Do More of What You Want Everyday
In her blog this week professional writer Liz Strauss says to look at your plan everyday and decide what doesn't need doing. Hear hear. Well said Liz. I like your words of wisdom, and I think I'll tag this as a Responsibility Redefined sighting. I'll add your blog feed to my list so I can stay up with your writing...

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Posted on 12/16/2006 09:39 am | No Comments
 
Great summary of Responsibility Redefined on Jo Cranford’s blog
I found a wonderful brief summary of our message about Responsibility Redefined on Jo Cranford's blog. It's in Jo's write-ups from my presentation at Agile 2006. Not only will you find a really sweet and concise explanation of the Responsibility Process and Keys to Responsibility there, but you'll find some pretty darn good commentary about agile practices and life in...

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Posted on 11/30/2006 03:09 pm | No Comments
 
Hanging The Responsibility Process™ posters around Brazosport High School

From: Lynn Akins
Date: October 7, 2006

Christopher,
Brasosport ISD logo
My husband, Anthony Akins, met you at Valtech Days in Dallas this past week. He brought me your book, thinking it would help me in my job as Special Education Department head at Brazosport High School. A quick glance through the book tells me he is right. Thanks, and I look forward to placing the Responsibility Process poster all over my campus!

Lynn Akins

Posted on 11/18/2006 07:05 am | No Comments
 
Acrotech Team Rocks – Email From a Happy Client
From: Tom Houdeshell Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2006 9:25 PM Hi Christopher Hope to you are able to attend our 60th anniversary celebration on December 7. Your invitation should arrive shortly. Looking forward to additional training again this next year. Thanks again for all of your help! FYI, Sales, profit, and efficiency are at all time highs!!! Turnover, and scrap...

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Posted on 11/18/2006 06:24 am | No Comments
 
 
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