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Rural Social Transformation

How often do we tuck ourselves in our own world with coffee cup in hand ready to meet the crisis of the week? I know in my own world, it is easy to stress about the little things. While the little things are important building blocks to address those large issues, we should often step back and examine how our work impacts the big picture. Are we arguing over semantics or making an impact? Are the semantics important to effective … [Read More]


Case Study: Kanban in Online Group Learning

It is exciting to see this long-planned study become action! Please see my website and check out the case study developed so far for the background. There is a downloadable PowerPoint that outlines the value of kanban in academic online group learning settings, as well as a downloadable essay that I wrote to provide context and planning for this case study. Meanwhile, here are the Cliff Notes of the project:


OpenSpace Phoenix Reflection

My first OpenSpace experienceandexposure to Scrum was fantastic at the very awesome environment at Gangplank in Chandler, Arizona. Alyssa quickly knocked out my initial grumpifications of wanting the bottom line immediately in the Scrum Workshop by making me realize that the journey of discovery with open-minded co-collaborators was as valuable (if not more) than the actual objectives of the learning.


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About Marian

My passion is centered around ensuring effective learning experiences that improve people's lives. Developing a learning mindset is my ultimate goal whether working with academic programs or corporate training; formal or informal learning practices. It is my belief that our potential for agility is limited only by our capacity for learning.

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