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Video: Overcoming binary thinking with polarity mapping

I was honored to be a part of ProAgile‘s julkalendar, a collection of videos, one for each day from December 1 to December 24th. My contribution was about how we can get in trouble with binary thinking – you know, that kind of thinking where we’re right, they’re wrong, and there’s no gray zone in between? In this video, I share a quick tactic called polarity mapping that can help us with adjusting our thinking for better balance.

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Managers can still be a valuable addition to a team

I recently gave a talk at the Øredev developer conference in Malmö in order to share how managers can be effective and valued in today’s organizations. Watch and let me know what you think.

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Video to Watch: The Myth of Multitasking Test

Background Tasking; Switchtasking

Guess what? You’re not actually multitasking. You’re really doing one of two things: background tasking or switchtasking! In this video, Dave Crenshaw, author of “The Myth of Multitasking,” guides you through an experience designed at helping you gain first-hand knowledge of switchtasking and its related costs.

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