BLOG: Rnd() Pragmatism
The following is a collection of random musings meant to engage and entertain. In particular, the thoughts and opinions contained within will be pragmatic in nature and random in context.
On a recent trip to Europe, I experienced something unique on my flights. For the first time, I can remember, the flight crew called out a specific product during their announcement… make sure you stow your bags, put your seat in the upright position and completely...
You are 3 weeks from a critical product release and a key manager is hit by a bus (odds are about 1 in 13,000,000). Can the product be released successfully and on schedule?
Ed Coan is arguably one of the greatest powerlifters of all time. He is accredited with the quote, “Everybody should lift like I do.” Based on this principle, I suggest everybody run their business like a powerlifter.
Due to the widespread adoption of “being agile”, it is more critical to consider the true meaning when the only evidence is a daily stand-up meeting with the technology team and a lack of any noticeable improvements to deliver higher quality faster.
Of course, you may be curious as to how technology can work better for you.
To begin, we should start a conversation.