Carlton Nettleton

About Carlton Nettleton

Carlton Nettleton is the Chief Product Owner at Applied Frameworks, a management consulting firm, and co-creator of Online Education at Applied Frameworks. Carlton has over eighteen years of industry experience working with clients to improve quality, increase productivity, build great teams and launch new products using Agile software development practices and techniques. Today, Carlton’s focus is directed at mentoring and supporting Scrum and Agile practitioners who work in less than ideal conditions. He shares his energy and enthusiasm with our learners so they can achieve their personal and professional goals. Carlton is fluent in both English and Spanish, has written a short book on Scrum and has been Certified Scrum Trainer® since 2012. Read Full Bio

An Ocean of Plastic

By |2020-03-25T14:32:28-04:00May 19th, 2019|News|

On March 18th, the body of a curvier beaked whale was retrieved from Davao Bay in the Philippines. The cause of death - starvation and dehydration as a result of ingesting ninety pounds of nylon rope, plastic bags, and other plastic objects found stuffed in the animal’s stomach! A month ...
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How to Make a Product Playbook

By |2020-03-25T14:32:28-04:00March 6th, 2019|Product|

"A well-designed system filled with ordinary—but well-trained—people can consistently achieve stunning performance levels."—Robert I. Sutton What’s the status of your product management team? It’s likely some team members have formal training; others don’t. Some have years of experience; some have just started. They’ve probably got some tools they’ve used in ...
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Seven Types of Value Exchange

By |2020-03-26T12:46:25-04:00February 27th, 2019|Product|

If you want to design a business model that generates revenue and provide the organization with profit,  product managers and Product Owners must consider two factors.  The first is customer value, defining what is valuable to the customer with a goal of identifying an unmet need, or unresolved problem, experienced ...
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How to Host a Lean Coffee

By |2020-03-25T14:32:28-04:00January 4th, 2019|Frameworks|

In our Coaching Circles, we often use the Lean Coffee format to structure our discussions and keep the dialogue lively and engaging.  For the most part, this format works well for our Coaching Circle calls.  For those that are unfamiliar with Lean Coffee, Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting ...
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