Banning political debate from the workplace is wrong02~05~21
There is no point in denying people collective sense-making in turbulent times.
A quick burst of inspiration26~05~21
What feedback does to our inner narrative, how we can experience more wow, and other tangents of interest.
How does stuff work, anyway?01~05~21
In this issue, we look at a nice tool to kickstart our creativity when designing and have a look at OKRs and how they work. On the technical side, we dive into the workings of photo-finish cameras and see for ourselves how dishwashers - well - wash our dishes. And finally, there are 99 tips from Kevin Kelly.
Dealing with difficult People on Software Projects, and weaponising Thought.31~03~21
Different characters and their traits you find in software projects, a deep-dive into the typography of one of the most iconic science fiction horror movies ever made, fun with icebergs, maps and email, and finally a look at how you can weaponise a theory as a tool of destruction, even though it was meant to be a tool for progressing thought.
On Conversations, Part 203~03~21
Diving deeper into how to design conversations for better results
Metrics and Maps03~02~21
When it comes to metrics, the important thing is to start somewhere. The same is true for nearly everything in life.
The Risks and Benefits of Agile Practices in Distributed Organisations22~01~21
Distributed work environments pose unique challenges for successful collaboration, especially if you're used to working co-located. Creating the right environment for Agile practices to be successful in distributed organisations is not that hard, though.
Sometimes we need to talk about what we don’t like.20~01~21
Especially when it's as interesting as this stuff.