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Tag Archives: management
Today I gave this webinar for the Tom Woods School of Life Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.
As I’ve been pondering different aspects of my engagement framework, the management environments I’ve experienced, and the nature of the solutions I’ve helped create or that I’ve learned about through other means, it occurs to me that potential solutions are … Continue reading
Years ago I was with my uncle, an extremely technically adept retired Coast Guard officer, bleeding the water out of a fuel line for a small outboard motor. He told me to turn the petcock counter-clockwise to open it and … Continue reading
Today I gave this webinar for the Tampa IIBA Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.
The first post I wrote here, close to six years ago now, talked about a friend who bemoaned the fact that he wasn’t working on something singularly and identifiably great. My contention then was that, while the specific work wasn’t … Continue reading
How Different Management Styles Work Solutions, and let’s face it, those quite often involve the development and modification of software these days, can be realized in the context of many different types of organization. A lot of bandwidth is expended … Continue reading
This week I read the book Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering by Robert L. Glass, in preparation for attending a new meetup devoted to discussing classic books about software development. The author opines that the information in the book … Continue reading
I created the figure below while I was working out the requirements for a simulation tool that would support analysis of this kind of system. While this diagram represents a fairly specific example of the set of things I’ve been … Continue reading
It has been suggested that the improvements in semiconductor and processor technology are approaching their natural limits in terms of how far the size of each feature can be reduced. Since quantum computing has not ready for widespread use, and … Continue reading
Today I was able to complete a thorough power-read of the book Real Life BPMN by Jakob Freund and Bernd Rücker. I’ve performed discovery on, analyzed, characterized, automated, modeled, simulated, documented, controlled, and improved various kinds of customer processes more … Continue reading