Tag Archives: opinion
Exams passed or years of experience in a field aren’t arguments for being good at something, particular not delivery, despite job spec often state these requirements. Better arguments are mindset and examples of the actions the mindset has lead to. I hope to see job specifications one day that describes the required mindset not how […]
The Marathon Monks says ‘If You Commit to Nothing, You’ll Be Distracted By Everything’ – imagine an organisation committed to delivery and that saw everything not contributing to delivery as distraction that should be reduced – that would force a refocus of the PMO, HR, procurement teams in some companies (but not all). It would […]
HSBC has a strange approach to web site security: They promote their Trusteer Rapport security software at each login to their business banking website so they give the impression they are keen on online security, however a basic step in improving security, the abilty to change password is so difficult that I had to call […]
Do you need to know that 12×12 is 144? What is important in education as we move from the industrial era to the knowledge era.
This really don’t makes sense in the 21st century: Being at a networking event and speaking to someone and then at the end of the conversation getting a business card with a name, phone number, email address (and a fax number if a real dinosaur). Please give me your twitter handler or blog, we are […]
It is common to hear people say they are implementing the best practice, but is there one universal ‘best practice’ ? The answer is simply no – there isn’t just one best practice for how you plan a product or deliver projects. There are methodologies, but none of them are the same as a best […]