4 Simple Rules for Avoiding Death Spiral Projects At times in my career, I’ve found myself working on projects that I would describe as “going through the motions.” While these efforts often began with the best of intentions — “make the customer happy”, “rewrite our client/server software for the Web”, and so on — over time they became death spirals … Continue reading What’s the Problem, Again?
When was the last time you worked by yourself for any serious length of time? As one of the perks at my current employer, engineering and product teams are encouraged to work from home on Tuesdays. For me it's the best way to re-energize after the "collaboration fatigue" of a typical week. Yet, alone, there … Continue reading Working Alone
This morning, I did not plan to attend a presentation by @DanMartell, but he just taught me (and 40 or so other Periscope followers) a micro-lesson in scaling a startup. This is the power of Periscope… …the ability to engage an audience, immediately, when a thought or feeling strikes you as it did today for … Continue reading The Power of Periscope and a Startup Lesson by Dan Martell