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In the excellent book  Little Bets  by Peter Sims, there's one quote from a Pixar executive that resonates with me. According the movie maker's John Lasseter:

When I shared that quote on Twitter—admittedly without much context—I received a mixture of replies, including some that didn't understand the concept. So, what better reason to make it the subject of today's advice!

What both Lasseter and Sims are saying is that your company, product, service or movie will never be finished. It will never be what you would consider to be "perfect." Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs don't get this concept. They lock themselves away in dark rooms and keep tweaking and tinkering, thinking that if they can just get everything perfect, their business will be a success.

In this webinar you will gain a solid foundation of agile and see how ANY project can benefit from some core practices common to organizations that are agile

NOTE: You must watch videos in their entirety and all the way through to the end for our system to record your viewing activity accurately. Learn more about PDUs on ProjectManagement.com .

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In the excellent book  Little Bets  by Peter Sims, there's one quote from a Pixar executive that resonates with me. According the movie maker's John Lasseter:

When I shared that quote on Twitter—admittedly without much context—I received a mixture of replies, including some that didn't understand the concept. So, what better reason to make it the subject of today's advice!

What both Lasseter and Sims are saying is that your company, product, service or movie will never be finished. It will never be what you would consider to be "perfect." Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs don't get this concept. They lock themselves away in dark rooms and keep tweaking and tinkering, thinking that if they can just get everything perfect, their business will be a success.

In the excellent book  Little Bets  by Peter Sims, there's one quote from a Pixar executive that resonates with me. According the movie maker's John Lasseter:

When I shared that quote on Twitter—admittedly without much context—I received a mixture of replies, including some that didn't understand the concept. So, what better reason to make it the subject of today's advice!

What both Lasseter and Sims are saying is that your company, product, service or movie will never be finished. It will never be what you would consider to be "perfect." Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs don't get this concept. They lock themselves away in dark rooms and keep tweaking and tinkering, thinking that if they can just get everything perfect, their business will be a success.

In this webinar you will gain a solid foundation of agile and see how ANY project can benefit from some core practices common to organizations that are agile

NOTE: You must watch videos in their entirety and all the way through to the end for our system to record your viewing activity accurately. Learn more about PDUs on ProjectManagement.com .




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