"Your theory contradicts the facts!" Roughly half a year ago I've written a blog post about "success". Not any particular success, but the success in general - my point was that sometimes the knowledge we gain in the process, empowerment or ownership we build up is more important than flawless
"Errare humanum est, sed in errare perseverare diabolicum." (eng. To err is human, but to persist in error (out of pride) is diabolical.) Seneca Now & then I re-visit my own idea / statement / opinion to find out that I totally disagree with it today. Actually I don't find it a
A lot has change since I've gone pro in software development, one could say at least one era has passed since then, but some things never change - one of them is Enterprises loving Fuckin' Big Projects (FBP), dinosaurs of XX/XXI century. In defiance to the common sense ... Enterprises
Quite the contrary to the common belief, team's productivity is NOT just a simple sum of team member's potentials. Many want to believe that because it so easily translates into mandays & fits the capacity VS estimates matching game. Though it never really works this way. Morale, team's inner "chemistry"
I've just passed PMI-ACP exam - which is the main requirement to obtain the PMI-ACP certification. For those who didn't check the link: ACP stands for Agile Certified Practicioner. What?! Certifications like PMP, PRINCE2, ITIL are by definition quite formal - the knowledge domain is precise, the terminology is set,
During last few days I was exposed to few issues that have raised between people of two different roles (profiles?): managers & their subordinates. How unlikely, right? :) Although these were very different cases, that happened between very different people (in different organizations, even in different industries - but all of
And so little time to write about it… I’ll try to focus on what was most interesting. Microsoft announced some toys again …You’ve most likely already seen both tablets ("Surface") and Windows Phone 8. Plenty have been written on the web about them, so I’m not going