• By Dana Sparks

Caroline’s Courage After Stroke

September 17, 2014

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Who do you picture when you think of a stroke victim? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention most people who have strokes are over the age of 64. But a little girl named Caroline knows all too well they can strike at any age. She was just 10 years old when she was rushed to Mayo Clinic for emergency treatment of a massive brain hemorrhage.   [TRT  2:47 ]

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We're abolished a daily 10-minute meeting/phone call in which we check in on projects coming up for the day. This opens up a scheduling time block for other meetings and saves lots of time. It also gives us a record of what was discussed.


I created a private group for my team that can share project related ( especially project release related) announcements and all. It's still in the first phase, if this goes successful (and it seems it will), we might open that group for the product owners too (inside Mayo), so they can view and share the progress.

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