One of tha participants from a course asked for some more information on estimating – so here is a downloadable copy of my mimi-ebook with some rough notes on estimating. Most of the material also appears in this blog somewhere and I have since updated some of my thinking (as I am continuing to do). […]Read More Some downloadable notes on estimating
I was reading Daniel Pink’s book “Drive” and I came across a passage about predicting which teams are likely to be successful. It describes a guy who counts the number of times he hears people use the word “we” and the number of the times they used the word “they” when referring to their own company. Apparently the […]Read More Unusual predictors of team success
This blog is normally a collection of my own thoughts rather than a source for links to other people’s thinking. But it seems a lot of companies are now deliberately asking others to do their thinking for them, so it seems fair enough for me to do the same. Here is an interesting link to […]Read More The one thing you can’t outsource is innovation – or is it?
I was having a debate with a friend of mine recently. He said that all measures should be “SMART”. The term is usually used for goals and says that the goal should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely (or something similar). The problem I pointed out was that the M in SMART means measurable so […]Read More Should measures be “SMART”?