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Self-Management with Unity of Knowing and Doing

9 October 2013

Glen Wang
Ericsson



I am a manager, Agile coach, and a thinker and practitioner of the UKD (Unity of Knowing and Doing) philosophy, 知行合一. The purpose of this presentation is to advocate self-management. I would like to explain a self-management framework using a combination of UKD and Agile/Scrum values, principles, and practices.

Please see my presentation here.


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Glen Wang, CSM, 10/10/2013 3:48:33 AM
A Self-Management framework with the Unity of Knowing & Doing philosophy. 6 questions:
• Do I have a clear personal Product Vision so that I can live purposefully?
• Do I have a clear personal Product Backlog to manage my long term work and life?
• Do I have a clear personal Sprint Backlog to manage my short term work and life?
• Do I have a clear Tomorrow To Do List to manage my tomorrow?
• Do I have Focus with Timebox so that I can live effectively?
• Do I have Confidence and Manage Change?
Tom Mellor, CST,CSP,CSM,CSPO,REP, 10/10/2013 5:59:11 PM
Interesting. As a Perceiver in MBTI, some of it isn't that appealing to me. I don't do backlogs in personal life, at least not formally (I might benefit from more formality, but it doesn't interest me much.) I really enjoyed the part about confidence and change, purpose, and the mind map. As usual, Glen provokes thinking and that is a good thing.
Glen Wang, CSM, 11/6/2013 2:47:38 AM
from Linda Rising: I really enjoyed talking with you in Beijing!

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