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Stumble, Reflect, Change: Iterate your way to Success

Stumble, Reflect, Change: Iterate your way to Success

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In a track meet, you get three attempts to throw as far as you can while staying inside of a throwing circle. If you lose control and fall out of the throwing ring, that’s called a “foul” and the throw doesn’t count. Kate used to tell us: “If you don’t foul at least once, then you’re not pushing hard enough”. Read More
When Lightning Doesn’t Strike

When Lightning Doesn’t Strike

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The path to innovation is through connecting with one’s customers. Building products without a strong feel for the market is no better than making stock picks with your Oujia board. Through observation and direct, repeated contact with the target market, a daydream can be refined into a viable idea. Read More
The Responsibilities of Leadership

The Responsibilities of Leadership

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Reflection after “Managing Software Professionals” Course taught by Professor Gladys Mercier. Part of Master of Science in Software Management curriculum, Carnegie Mellon University, Silicon Valley. The application of the mechanisms of personnel management depends on more than a pass/fail assessment. It should reflect what you sta... Read More
FireAnt Project Engineering Plan

FireAnt Project Engineering Plan

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Excerpt from Task 2 from “Process and Project Management” composed by Team “Time Boxer”, Rob Black, John Lee, Abhishek Shiroor, and myself. Course taught by Professor Sheryl Root. Part of Master of Science in Software Management curriculum, Carnegie Mellon University, Silicon Valley. Executive Summary FireAnt is a highly... Read More
Metrics Proposal: ThoughtWorks Lease Management Project

Metrics Proposal: ThoughtWorks Lease Management Project

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Conclusion from Task 1 from “Metrics for Software Managers” written by team “Nerd Herd”: George Dean, Omar Naziry, Jonida Cali, Anton Shokrin, and myself. Course taught by Professor Sheryl Root. Part of Master of Science in Software Management curriculum, Carnegie Mellon University, Silicon Valley. Executive Summary Whe... Read More
Actuate: Open Source Business Intelligence

Actuate: Open Source Business Intelligence

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Excerpt from Task 4 from “Elements of Software Management” taught by Professor Ravi Thomas. Part of Master of Science in Software Management curriculum, Carnegie Mellon University, Silicon Valley. (from page 6) Product Differentiation & Positioning Actuate is not destined to become the market leader of the enterprise BI software mar... Read More