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Sacred Cows, Scarecrows and the Common Cuckoo

Every now and then I face a familiar situation in companies I engage w/—crew members, who have—accidentally, subconsciously or consciously, unintentionally or intentionally—become Sacred Cows, and as a consequence of this—the breeding ground of personal and organisational deformations.

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Wear those headphones!

“People who know our music, they know who you are. They’ve been in the dark room, they know you better than your best friend, because you don’t sing like that to your best friend, you don’t sing in their ear.” Bono on Bono If you learn business from business, you will not get far. You […]

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Learning Interpretation of Requirements from Bernstein and Gould

If you are tired of subject matter experts hammering Agile into your already hurting brain and you are thinking like Carl Jung in A Dangerous Method, that “there must be more than one hinge into the universe”, and especially if you like (or would like to try) some classical music — this Bernstein and Gould […]

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How to cook a crew?

How do you cook a crew? A dish, especially a dish, prepared to surprise and impress, is cooked following a recipe, containing special ingredients, combined in special steps, performed w/ an  extraordinary skill! There is a lot written and said about recruiting, which is the ingredients gathering. But little for after that. The most one […]

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When I was younger I used to learn from the rants of people in their 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Probably because I was a rebel. And as I am still a rebel and I am getting close to my 50s, I feel obliged to begin ranting, for the sake of the younger generation. Innovation […]

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