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Bias for action - a prescription for chaos or ...

Bias for action - a prescription for chaos or ...

Have you noticed how easy it is ... ... to sabotage an idea/initiative? By inventing countless "special cases to consider" (of the negligible meaning) and potential weak spots (to prove that the solution ain't perfect). By triggering more and more "what-about"…

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Anti-pattern: Jira as a (cross-team) communication tool

Anti-pattern: Jira as a (cross-team) communication tool

People are super-creative when it comes to using tools - in a good and ... not-so-good sense. Sometimes they dig out incredible new scenarios the tool's creators never thought about, but sometimes they twist, exploit and spoil good intentions for the…

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The Champions League, winning factor and full diapers

The Champions League, winning factor and full diapers

(no, this is NOT a blog post about football)Yesterday, Legia - currently the best football team in Poland (no, I'm not their fan, so I have no emotional attachment towards them) has dropped of the Champions League (CL) qualifications…

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The dictate of "old juniors"

The dictate of "old juniors"

I believe everyone is familiar with the popular saying that one can have 10 years of experience or 10 x 1 (the same) year of professional experience. If you don't get the difference - it's all about being exposed to…

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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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