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Project Train Wreck

Author : John Langlois
ISBN : 9780979297809
Genre : Business failures
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Category: Business failures

The Art Of Avoiding A Train Wreck Tips And Tricks For Launching Safe Agile Release Trains

Author : Em Campbell-Pretty
ISBN : 9780359594467
Genre : Business & Economics
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In The ART of Avoiding a Train Wreck, Em and Adrienne share their “trade secrets” for launching and operating powerful and effective Agile Release Trains. There's a lot at stake when launching an Agile Release Train. When taking on an Enterprise Lean-Agile Transformation you only get one shot at a first impression. Runaway trains are expensive. Money gets wasted, time gets lost and the reputational damage can take years to repair. Going well beyond the standard SAFe training, this book deep dives into the practical tips and tricks that only over 15 years of combined real world experience can teach. You will learn how to get a ticket on the SAFe railway, load the cargo on your train, set the timetable, SAFely board and stay on the tracks. No matter your context, you are sure to find plenty of actionable ideas for launching and operating Agile Release Trains.
Category: Business & Economics

Train Wreck

Author : Donna Hogan
ISBN : 1597775401
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Presents the life of the celebrity model, describing her rise to fame as a Playboy Playmate of the Year, her controversial marriage to a Texas billionaire sixty years her senior, her legal fight to inherit his estate, and the loss of her son, five monthsbefore her own tragic death at thirty-nine.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Train Wreck

Author : Kathleen Duey
ISBN : 9781481468015
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In 1892 Max and Jodi, young employees of a traveling circus, find their lives endangered when their train wrecks in a storm.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Train Wreck

Author : George Bibel
ISBN : 9781421405902
Genre : Science
File Size : 44.92 MB
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Trains are massive—with some weighing 15,000 tons or more. When these metal monsters collide or go off the rails, their destructive power becomes clear. In this book, George Bibel presents riveting tales of trains gone wrong, the detective work of finding out why, and the safety improvements that were born of tragedy. Train Wreck details 17 crashes in which more than 200 people were killed. Readers follow investigators as they sift through the rubble and work with computerized event recorders to figure out what happened. Using a mix of eyewitness accounts and scientific explanations, Bibel draws us into a world of forensics and human drama. Train Wreck is a fascinating exploration of• runaway trains• bearing failures• metal fatigue• crash testing • collision dynamics• bad rails
Category: Science

Mcshane S Bride The Dotsero Train Wreck

Author : Marti Talbott
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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Based on an actual event. In 1908 and sight unseen, Iowa born Ethan McShane gave over half of his life savings to buy land near the small town of Palisade, Colorado. Eager to see the land, he caught the next train out. However, with no assurance of a proper home for her, he left his bride of just a few short days behind. A few weeks later, she too excitedly boarded a train bound for Colorado – a train that would never reach its destination.
Category: Fiction

The Great Economic Train Wreck

Author : Kevin H. Clark
ISBN : 9781599322810
Genre : Business & Economics
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We tend to think of dominos as standing the tiles on end and then tipping the first one over, toppling into the second, which falls into the third until finally all the dominoes have fallen. In 2008 the first of many financial dominos began falling. Many were worried and looked to Washington for leadership. Instead, we saw only politics-as-usual. But as 2009 and 2010 unfolded, it became too benign to suggest our stricken economy was simply toppled dominos. It was more accurate to describe our condition as an economic “train wreck.” The financial chaos as a result of the crisis was heightened by an extraordinary government intervention to triage the shattered economy. Many feared, with justification, that we may be teetering on the brink of this generation's Great Depression. The near-death experience the U.S. economy has suffered forced Americans to turn inward and question our leaders. Our worries have multiplied. Our free market system and ultimately the “American Dream” itself now seem more vulnerable than ever. More importantly, we doubt ourselves and our leaders and long for our life-before. This is a book that chronicles the unfolding disaster of our nation's financial “train wreck.” For two crucial years, Kevin Clark had broadcast financial analysis that became a play-by-play of the economic collapse. Now, with hindsight, he revisits recent history and brings what he calls a “Main Street” perspective of this most critical moment in the modern life of America.
Category: Business & Economics

Everyone Loves A Good Train Wreck

Author : Eric G. Wilson
ISBN : 9781429969482
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 71.64 MB
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Why can't we look away? Whether we admit it or not, we're fascinated by evil. Dark fantasies, morbid curiosities, Schadenfreude: As conventional wisdom has it, these are the symptoms of our wicked side, and we succumb to them at our own peril. But we're still compelled to look whenever we pass a grisly accident on the highway, and there's no slaking our thirst for gory entertainments like horror movies and police procedurals. What makes these spectacles so irresistible? In Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck, the scholar Eric G. Wilson sets out to discover the source of our attraction to the caustic, drawing on the findings of biologists, sociologists, psychologists, anthropologists, philosophers, theologians, and artists. A professor of English literature and a lifelong student of the macabre, Wilson believes there's something nourishing in darkness. "To repress death is to lose the feeling of life," he writes. "A closeness to death discloses our most fertile energies." His examples are legion, and startling in their diversity. Citing everything from elephant graveyards and Susan Sontag's On Photography to the Tiger Woods sex scandal and Steel Magnolias, Wilson finds heartening truths wherever he confronts death. In Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck, the perverse is never far from the sublime. The result is a powerful and delightfully provocative defense of what it means to be human—for better and for worse.
Category: Social Science