Christmas is coming soon, and my wish is that we end the hysteria in how we deduce the causes for certain unforeseen events. The tragedy linked to the downing of a Russian aircraft last week in the Sinai is a perfect example.
Apart from the lack of empathy to be found from certain media, one could find a clear form of anchoring being used. Anchoring is when one tries to link 2 or more events, although the relationship is casual. We immediately associate a ...
It all started 5 years ago, when I decided to take control of my career path. I started studying various concepts based on work I had already been performing for a number of years but was not certified.
Congratulations. You passed the examination!
Ammunition in hand, I went out to see what my chances were in jumping into a new sector. This was not an easy exercise. I needed to build up new networks and sell my abilities to a group that didn't ...
How many times have you been told there is only one chance....so don't screw it up. If you're like me, most likely you end up in a nervous state, which is counter-intuitive for reaching success. Does this attitude build self-confidence or can be considered motivational? I'll let you answer this question yourself.
So you get to that one-chance moment, and there are three possible outcomes:
Success - Most likely, you have a sense of relief. Best case, you have a sense of satisfaction, illusory ...
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One says that agile is easy to understand but difficult to deploy, and your reporter has seen plenty of examples recently to prove this point.
I have been very fortunate to teach a number of agile courses recently, and the location (different countries) and different student groups has been an interesting source of contrast. One can group the main topics into three main camps:
* Agile and the lack of change management
* Agile is wrong for us, and I need evidence why this ...