Month: September 2005

Learning and change again

I’m still in the back of the Airbus but I want to write about a different subject now so its time to start a new entry, Back in April I ran a session at the ACCU conference about learning in software development. If you know me you know that I’m passionate about both these subjects. …

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VikingPLoP

Once again I’m sitting in the back of an Airbus writing. One of the nice things about flying – well travelling generally – is the long periods of just sitting around. Provided you can use them usefully they are great for reading, thinking and writing. But so often its difficult to use them usefully, on …

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Who owns the product?

I’ve mentioned a few times that I’ve recently moved from software development to product management. Consequently I’m getting a different view of the development process. And of course, I have to deal with developers who never seem to do quite what I had in mind or when I had it in mind! Before you ask …

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The final sustainable edge

I’ve finished reading “The Only Sustainable Edge” by Johns Hagel and Seely Brown. At the risk of boring my readers with a third entry on the subject of this book I think it deserves a wrap up – and a slight correction to some of my initial comments.(See 20 August, and 18 August.) The books …

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