2 min min read - December 1, 2014
I don't mean Anonymous as organisation or movement, but anonymous as a state. After years spent in small teams I can appreciate value of close contact with everyone in the team. Knowing each other’s weak and strong sides benefits in great dual understanding (some small teams can't achieve that, because other reasons - for instance replacing discussion with announcement).
In big organisations we don't have benefit of knowing everyone. Anyhow too often it becomes excuse to become just another anonymous gear in the machine. Because of that companies spend quite significant money on internal communication platforms like Podio or Yammer. Still it doesn't replace face-to-face communication.
I would like to show you how much lies in manager competition to not waste good efforts in your team and not change them to bunch of anonymous people. You work in big open space. Teams doing similar job, all under one busy like hell manager, take 1/3 of the floor. What should you do?
Hope those notes helps.
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2 min min read - December 5, 2014
There are fairy many blogs about success. I enjoy reading them, but they don't teach me much new. In general they say about the same thing, values and rules. Recently my friends followed the trend of FailCamp and I did regret I couldn't join. Anyhow it reminded me that not only successful people have something to share.… read more…
2 min min read - November 3, 2014