Category Archives: reading

Tribal Leadership

One of my favourite books of 2013 was Tribal Leadership: I’m not going to go into the details here as there are plenty of better places to get that information.  Buy the book, check out this TED video or listen to the … Continue reading

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Learning from Mistakes

Wouldn’t it be great if everyone learnt from their mistakes?  Well, I like to think I’m a glass half full sort of person, so I believe that people do learn from their mistakes.  However, what happens when they don’t realise … Continue reading

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The Talent Code

I’ve recently finished reading, The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle. Here’s my summary of the key points and how I think we could use these in software development. I’m a definite subscriber to the idea that the best software developers are … Continue reading

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Thoughts behind Project Management Alchemy

I had intended this follow up to Project Management Alchemy to be written a little quicker than it has been.  However, my work has taken me on a couple of foreign trips (to Copenhagen and New York) and my free time … Continue reading

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Essential Reading 1

Ok, as promised here are some of the blogs that I read and continue to enjoy: Joel on Software – an absolute bucket full of fantastic articles (I think Joel lists 1081 articles).  I tend to agree with most of … Continue reading

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