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Wicked problems

Wicked problems

I still remember some of the (written down) expectations I faced when I joined a high-profile consultancy in 2001. One of them was: "to effectively solve poorly-defined problems"The "poorly-defined" is the interesting part here. But at that point in…

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Clarity. It makes a difference.

Clarity. It makes a difference.

Picking your next professional endeavor ain't easy. There's plenty of advice regarding that on the Internet. Usually, this topic is covered from junior's perspective - how to choose your first job, what to avoid, what kind of questions to ask…

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Diversity and the art of team-building

Diversity and the art of team-building

Diversity is "the word" in the software development industry these days. The FAANGs do advocate it. Plenty of high profile IT people ("celebrities") support it. There are folks who pretty much make a living out of evangelising it (and hunting…

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The remote work opportunity & how to help it

The remote work opportunity & how to help it

Without any lengthy introductions - COVID-19 has sent plenty of people to work remotely. Companies that would never (or at least unlikely) consider such a scenario, have jumped (somehow reluctantly) straight onto remoteness bandwagon to secure their daily operations in…

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Chaleff's typology of followers

Chaleff's typology of followers

"Leadership" is the thing these days - ones able to get others moving, ones who act as a multiplier to others' work (due to leverage effect they make), ones that do inspire their peers & actively shape the culture around…

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Culture VS Tribe: which one to prioritize higher?

Culture VS Tribe: which one to prioritize higher?

I've enjoyed Ben Horowitz'es books. Both of them. Far more than his interviews/lectures on-line, even if I find some of the references he makes (especially hip-hop ones) annoying. But in the end: he's a brilliant guy with incredible experience…

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