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Great way to inspire developers

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Reviewed: 04-02-2020

For a solo book without The Phoenix Project co-authors I think this was a great effort. The lessons are there, just perhaps not as pronounced. Good for you Gene!

Comfort in a kindred spirit

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Reviewed: 12-01-2020

Thank you for having the courage to share your journey, the learnings, the highs and the lows. I am inspired to continue this behaviour with my teams knowing I am not alone. This book has also helped me clarify how I lead so I can ramp up my mentoring.

Highly religious - more bible bashing than content

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Reviewed: 06-11-2019

This should really be in the religion section, it is more about helping church Do-gooders than universal community development.

For all DevOps Managers that are Learning

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Reviewed: 19-05-2019

I enjoyed this 7+ hours of banter between the two authors. It was like a string of meetup group recordings or podcasts strung together. A nice rounding of how lean, Deming and safety culture merge in a complimentary way. I got a few recommendations for my next learning.

Not enough value in this

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Reviewed: 29-09-2018

PDCA gets you off the hampster wheel. The end. Doesn’t provide full story without seeing the slide he is referring to in webinar.

Sharing the affect of injustice on women

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Reviewed: 19-08-2018

I expected this to be funny, but it was instead stories of his upbringing and the perspective of racism, abuse and sexual discrimination. Very powerfully shared with animated stories. Makes you grateful to grow up in Australia where there are no handguns on the street and there are strict weapon controls.

Great Eric does his own storytelling

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Reviewed: 16-12-2017

There’s something far greater about the value iget from the book when the author of the book does their own audio storytelling

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Follow along with 2004 version of book

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Reviewed: 05-11-2017

This is content rich - plenty of detailed examples on the principles. I suggest following along with a 2004 version of the print publication - coz you’ll need a highlighter to capture all the good bits to apply.

Half of this explained Scrum not Kanban

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Reviewed: 28-10-2017

Very, very elementary. For absolute beginners. At least it explains Scrumban which in itself is a waste of having two separate visualisation boards for one team - seriously?

Massive cut down version - too much

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Reviewed: 18-10-2017

This audio is probably 1/8th of the book. And they don’t tell you that when you’re paying for it. A shame considering the topic has plenty more content in the book.