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Rolling Rocks Downhill ... is published!!!!

Hello My Friends*, I've finally published *Rolling Rocks Downhill*! It's a business novel (of course) about accelerating software projects using TOC. It only
Clarke Ching
Dec 22, 2014
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Re: New TOC book from Bill Lynch and Rob Newbold - currently free on

Thanks to Rob and Bill for generously making this available and to Clarke for the heads up. I look forward to reading it Cheers Graham
grkleggett@btinternet.com
Mar 26, 2014
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Re: New TOC book from Bill Lynch and Rob Newbold - currently free on

Thanks, Clarke, for the lead! They had me at the cover ... ... Doug Brown ... I just got this note from Bill lunch about his and Rob Newbold's later TOC book,
dbprofile0410
Mar 25, 2014
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Re: Digest Number 3013

Go to Amazon, search for Rob Newbold, find the PM Manifesto book as a Kindle eBook. It is only free in the Kindle format. Or go here:
Jack Vinson
Mar 25, 2014
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Re: Digest Number 3013

please advise me.... where *excately* *should I click in the open amazon webpage* *in order to get it free..?????????* ​ ​Hola ...! ... ... please advise
Gerardo Mancillas
Mar 25, 2014
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Re: New TOC book from Bill Lynch and Rob Newbold - currently free on

Thanks for the hint! I've already downloaded the book. Kind Regards Eugene
eugene.chernyshov
Mar 25, 2014
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New TOC book from Bill Lynch and Rob Newbold - currently free on kin

I just got this note from Bill lunch about his and Rob Newbold's later TOC book, The Project Manifesto. I'm just over halfway through the book now and I like
Clarke Ching
Mar 24, 2014
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TocThinkers Q&A with Jelena and Oded about TOCPA

I've attended two (very enjoyable) TOCPA gatherings this year, one in Moscow, the other in Estonia. I really enjoyed the opportunity to catch up with a number
Clarke Ching
Aug 13, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

Hi Rob I think that depends on the approach used by the team/organization. I've tried to ensure we always something to deliver. I don't buy into the sprint
Rudiger Wolf
Aug 6, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

Rⁿdiger û Thanks. Do you think there are any date-related negatives to the two-week cadence (e.g. rushing to get things out, waiting a few days to catch the
Rob Newbold
Aug 3, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

Clarke Just got home after a week with grandson and read you post You seem to have backed yourself into a corner and now have a dilemma to face up to. Is it a
Mike Bowles
Aug 2, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

True! ... -- ... Clarke Ching - * Over 20,000 people have read "Rocks Into Gold" ... my biztech parable about Agile ... that never mentions Agile. Read it
Clarke Ching
Aug 2, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

Fair point Clarke - of course neither of our concerns would have much impact if we had truly gotten rid of multitasking - which we know is easier said than
Mike Dalton - Guided Innovation Group
Aug 2, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

Great paper Rob. It made me think of a talk I went to on Tuesday by a company called http://www.travisperkinsplc.co.uk/ which is one of the biggest London
Rüdiger Wolf
Aug 2, 2013
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Re: Some people want a date.

Thanks mike. ... managers coming into the system might start calculating and using stretch dates for rewarding performance. Because we all know what happens
Clarke Ching
Aug 2, 2013
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