Month: May 2017

  • Journaling – 1×09

    On the Agile Chuck Wagon today, Chuck talks about journaling in a work context and some benefits it provides: Clarifying thoughts and exploring feelings Self-discovery Stress reduction Analyzing and solving […]

  • Performance as a Metric – 1×08

    As an introduction to metrics, Chuck talks about performance in this episode. He compares the Boeing 747 and the Concorde, showing how both can be considered better performing even though they […]

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    SIFT cognition model – 1×07

    In this episode, Chuck introduces listeners to the SIFT cognition model. He uses a running example to show how mistakes in sensing your environment, inferring meaning, formulating intent, and translating thoughts into […]

  • Patreon link updated, sign up today!

    In previous Agile Chuck Wagon episodes, the wrong Patreon link was posted. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Patreon, is it a crowdfunding site where listeners can subscribe […]

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    Communities of Practice Vs. Centers of Excellence – 1×06

    On today’s episode of the Agile Chuck Wagon, Chuck compares two kinds of groups: communities of practice and centers of excellence. Both are full of people who are passionate about […]

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    Introduction to Kanban – 1×05

    After mentioning Personal Kanban last episode (Lean Coffee vs Open Space (1×04)), Chuck went back to the archive of the original show and pulled out his episode called “Introduction to […]