There’s really only one key practice for quality: continuous improvement, and its dual, continuous learning. For continuous learning, many practices that help; one of my personal favorites is ‘Lunch and Learn.’ It’s easy to get started, allows the team to ‘opt in’ to shared practices, and is an amazing opportunity for growth. One example that … Continue reading A great way to make quality important in your organization
Why morale matters: it’s the best return on investment you have.
Reading outside of your area, in a ‘boxed’ amount of time, adds a great deal of value to your mental life.
The idea of a small and agile design team has many roots; here’s one of the most important. Thanks to Kelly Johnson for getting it all started. Dak
Being on vacation, I’m taking it easy on the business and software development management topics for a bit. A friend of mine sent me this link, on another video of a source of inspiration. It’s worth your time. It’s a real-life example of an answer to the question: if you were to give the last … Continue reading Sources of inspiration, part 2: Dr. Randy Pausch and the Last Lecture
Today, I was reminded that we need to seek both to persist in our dreams, and find sources of inspiration. I think this video speaks for itself. Pursue your dream with enthusiasm, hang in there, and when you get the shot, take it. Best,Dak