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Using E.T.F.B model with agile techniques – How to make a continues desirable behavior change?

“Research has now shown that it is not the event itself that causes the emotional reaction but the automatic thoughts that run through our head in immediate response to the event “(www.actionforhappiness.org). The way we interpret reality dictates the way we feel, behave and react. When for example we interpret an event as threatening we might… Continue reading Using E.T.F.B model with agile techniques – How to make a continues desirable behavior change?

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How to have the best family summer break ever: Agile holiday sprint planning

For my first post of the year I thought I’d deviate marginally off-topic and tell you about my Christmas (=Summer! for those in the Northern Hemisphere, poor dears…) holidays here in New Zealand, which were my “best ever” – for the following reason: I brought work home with me (sort of) and used Agile planning… Continue reading How to have the best family summer break ever: Agile holiday sprint planning

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?How to use Scrum with kids and family

Using scrum techniques with kids and families is a wonderful and easy thing to do Empower your children without losing your parental authority, through a collection of practical actions. Being able to adapt your family to modern life changes and pase. The methods are effective at teaching values and respect to others, and applies to… Continue reading ?How to use Scrum with kids and family

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All Family Members to the Living Room for a Ten Minute Meeting

“All Family Members to the Living Room for a Ten Minute Meeting” As published in the weekend addition of one of the Israeli leading newspapers –  HAARETZ Can agile management techniques, common in the business world, contribute to the way the family unit and its members function? Some believe so and are already busy implementing. Yael… Continue reading All Family Members to the Living Room for a Ten Minute Meeting