The rush of others shouldn’t drive your actions

Short term perspective, when we allow it to rule our approach to decision making is a very dangerous adviser.We act on the short term, of course, but need to be conscious also about our mid and long term goals. There is a very important margin between planning everything months in advance and running like headless … Continue reading The rush of others shouldn’t drive your actions

Recruiter: you will get what you ask for even if it is wrong

Today I got a call about a job offer. I will not mention neither the recruiting company nor the final client. This is not a shame post. And also not a post about the whole recruiting world, that would probably need more than a long post. In this case just a small reflection.They told me … Continue reading Recruiter: you will get what you ask for even if it is wrong

Agile practices in a family environment

It turns out that by digging a bit, I found a TED talk that explains how some families use certain concepts and adaptations of Scrum events (and other Agile ideas) to manage their family environment and their children's education.As a whole I would say the idea makes sense and probably many agile practitioners ┬átend to … Continue reading Agile practices in a family environment