Some Thoughts on Thought Leadership

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The other week I saw a pretty upsetting Tweet by Allen Holub. Holub is an Agile coach and software thought leader. A lot of his focus is on helping teams get away from process and “Agile-ish” workflows to workflows centered on team productivity.

He wrote the following:

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Jesus follower | husband | IJM advocate | software engineer. I share tips and tools for building software as a team!

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