The Year 2020

Year 2020 was challenging, teached us hard with experiences.. full of learning, no question at all! Our business/life transformed fast and changed Digitally and Remotely by the impact of pandemic Covid19. Change would be crucial always, the reality itself! we know it’s a VUCA world! Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambigous.. I saw many examples failing…

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Smart Program Managers

Program Management is totally different than project management. You need to be transformer.. It’s not an easy task, really! Here is the reason why it is.   10 things smart program managers do Do you sometimes wonder how super-achievers outperform others? And perhaps why it is that these rare human beings are always ‘on their…

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Team Building

Creating a “team” is really hard. Setting up, Developing and Keeping it sustainable and continuous work.. It starts with hiring correct person to the right job on time and fitness into the rest of team. Because team is to be formed with different roles and competencies which complementing others. After starting to the job, adaptation takes some time in some periods for…

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Success: I got you!

I have seen a group of video on YouTube last week. Evan Carmichael is providing masters’ aspects to success, 10 Rules for Success up to their experiences. I watched most of them and then I suddenly decided to attach a summary what these masters are really saying in common for ruling the success. Off course success is not…

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Software Quality Fusion; Agile and CMMI

World is full of failed software projects caused by several different reasons or others. You will get more than 10 millions search results if you write “why software projects fail” into Google. Most well known topics are like Neglecting important principles and methodologies, Communication problems, non-matching Skills and Expectations, Late failures and quality issues, Vague…

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12 Habits of Exceptional Leaders

One of the most popular Dilbert comic strips in the cartoon’s history begins with Dilbert’s boss relaying senior leadership’s explanation for the company’s low profits. In response to his boss, Dilbert asks incredulously, “So they’re saying that profits went up because of great leadership and down because of a weak economy?” To which Dilbert’s boss replies, “These…

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What Makes a Manager a True Leader?

Nothing is more nerve-racking than hearing: “There is going to be a change in management” or “You will be getting a new manager.” Immediately all of these questions start populating your brain and taking over your mind: What will he or she be like? Will they be a micromanager? Will they flip my world upside…

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