After years of being a Transformation Consultant and a yoga enthusiast, I have learned that technical debt and being out-of-touch with my yoga practice share many similarities. This dawned on me the other night as I struggled with pigeon pose—a pose I once mastered—while my instructor eased into it as if she’d been born in… Continue reading What Losing Touch with My Yoga Practice Taught Me about Technical Debt
Two years ago, earning my PSPO certification from scrum.org awakened in me a desire to better understand, communicate and advocate for the Product Owner role. The course, certification and subsequent work with Product Owners stirred an enigmatic connection with this role. Then a few weeks ago, while traveling to North Carolina for my grandmother’s 100th… Continue reading Mom: My First Product Owner
For the past five years, my sister’s family has come to Florida in late March to spend some of their Spring Break with me and my husband, Bruce. Each year has been different, but the one constant has been the rush from the time they arrive until the time they depart. Bruce and I fondly… Continue reading Surviving the Annual Tornado: A Family’s Adoption of Kanban to Bring Order to Chaos
During a recent conversation I said, "I strive for excellence because perfection is impossible", which resonated for the other person. Later she shared that she 'used the two interchangeably, when there is a difference'.