January 8, 2018


Managing interactions. Where to start?

In the previous blog post  I wrote about miscommunication and what it may be shaped liked. Managing interactions is a day to day job and sometimes it can be balanced. And other times, it just doesn’t work as we expected. You can blame it on bad coffee, on the other person, but it won’t help making the matter better. In our programs, one of our core role is to be facilitators. To be supportive and

Five ingredients of miscommunication.

In my professional and personal experience, I find myself in many miscommunication situations. Talking to my friends, clients and work colleagues and looking retrospectively, I came to the conclusion that there are five ingredients that mixed together result in miscommunication. Firstly, we often find ourselves in situations of misunderstanding and disagreement. It sometimes happen, failing to interpret or understand the words or actions of someone correctly. With a little bit of patience and openness, this

Working Agreements. How to set up a safe working space.

I am a fan of working agreements. I see them as a way of getting to know the team you work with. And it is a great technique to enhance safe working spaces. The theory says that working agreements (WA) are a set of rules generated by the entire team in regards to the mindset and behaviour expected within the team. It reduces unwanted friction between team members. It is also known as a ‘social

To do lists and the death of passion in IT. Part Two.

Welcome back to the second part of the To do list blog post 🙋‍♂️. Last time I mentioned about my rediscovery of data structures that felt like a breath of fresh air. If you haven’t read the first part, you can check it out here: https://www.dovelopers.com/to-do-lists-and-the-death-of-passion-in-it-part-one Tree structures are specific to project management oriented towards objectives. A software product can be modeled from a specific objective, that defines a problem,or a requirement. For which a

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