This post is a personal view on companies portfolios, how they could potentially address risk of going when shit hits the fan (a.k.a epidemic strikes, etc.)
In Ray Dalio's Principles you can find an interesting point stating Speak up, own it or get out. Getting 100% radical on it, is not the option in real life, but still, it's an interesting approach for managing one's thoughts and feelings.
A feedback should be given in a timely manner, should be driven by facts/data and should be based on specific behavior at specific time. Only this constitutes a feedback, that can be worked on and discussed. What about receiving feedback? How one should do it? What are the options?
Ray Dalio, the author of Principles, and the founder of Bridgewater Associates shared an idea of a panic button app. Something that helps you to notice a moment of great pain to analyze it later. Let see how can one create their own!
A short story about silos, McNamara checklist and a displeasure of seeing a great failure at customer success.
How many times you heard or read "Don't reinvent the wheel"? And I don't mean a specific feedback built on data, but a general statement. It might have resonated with you as almost everyone is prone to listen to stories, proverbs and other cultural mantras. At the same time we do see that reinventing things … Continue reading On reinventing the wheel
TL;DR This post summarizes my work in building a small online shop for providing my Polish course for Master of Aggregates. If you're interested in modelling domains, Domain Driven and aggregates, you can check out my free short English e-book on this page. Not invented here syndrome The first that might come to your head … Continue reading How I built and run my e-shop for 0.7$/month using Azure Functions and a few more