I will gladly say it - HGTV is from the devil. Yep, these shows (going all the way back to "This Old House") have given the average home owner the idea that they can achieve miracles in their homes.
If organizations want or need to do this for their employees and believe that it is a worthy investment, awesome! I just think there is a need to return to the idea that employer and employee are two partners which exchange services for compensation. If there is to be a powerful partnership, then all themes to retain this partnership must be bilateral.
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Georgia in the United States is not known for "winter." But every three or so years, the Atlanta area is thrown into a tizzy by what Buford Calloway calls, "Connecticut Confetti, Flakes of the Devil's Dandruff, New England Clam Powder" in other words, SNOW. If you don't know what I'm talking about here is the … Continue reading Agile Dad: The Winter Storm and Emerging Technical Debt
I had this originally posted at the MATRIX Resources Blog. I remember it well. It was about 11:40 am and we had been meeting with senior directors, vice presidents, and a number of influencers since 9:00 am the previous day. The conference room was strewn with the remainder of breakfast and a high number of … Continue reading Scaling Agile: Don’t Fall for These Misconceptions