I bet you’ve heard people say it. But what do they mean? That’s in release Too often the area of ITIL Release and Deployment Management suffers from being the catch all process. If something is currently being addressed, then … it’s in release. That’s sad and insufficient. Three Processes of Release And Deployment A better […]
Action. Thinking is good, but action is better. I’ve been called a “thinker”. While they meant well that monicker also reveals one of my shortcomings. I often get stuck thinking about the actions I could take. But see when that happens, what gets done? NOTHING. So … just start taking action. Those may be little […]
We are using Six Sigma for internal process improvement while at the same time I’m reading The Power of Pull. I found myself wondering if we these two theories can co-exist. Six Sigma is deeply rooted in process improvement; finding cost savings through innovation and iterative improvements. Sounds great in theory and has substantial research […]
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Where do you turn for strength, wisdom, and understanding when times get tough or … confusing? For me I turn to God through the book of Colossians. Today is one of those days. I could go on by describing the oddities that have happened in the past 24 hours. I could explain the source of […]
Exploring the Red Rock Canyon Open Space in Colorado Springs.
After a hectic week hunting for a home in Colorado Springs and my first two days at work with Compassion International I finally had time to go explore. My realtor, Brian Boals, suggested that hiking the Cheyenne Canyon is a great place to start. I walked into the Starsmore Visitor center and asked, “Where should […]