Business Technology Blog with the Telegraph
Unlike this Think Different blog, my Business Technology blog aims aiming to serve entirely non-technical (non-software savvy) managers and executives, in an attempt to bridge the gap between the worlds (and world-views) of business and technology.
The first post sets the scene for e.g. future Rightshifting pieces, by drawing folks’ attention to the major advances we have seen – and made happen – in the software development field over the past decade or so, since the Agile Manifesto. Key themes in the post include:
“It’s All About The People”
“Software Development is Just Part of a Bigger System”
“The Key Problems Are Often Outside of Software Development”
“Focus on Flow”
List of posts
For ease of reference, I’ll keep a running list of posts here:
- Lessons From the Software Senseis
(19 October 2012)
What software development practitioners have learned over the past decade.
- The World is Round
(2 November 2012)
How our view of the world of work dictates the effectiveness of our organisations.
- The Change Paradox
(15 November 2012)
The paradox of trying to change people’s behaviour. “Push” doesn’t work.
- The Value in Emotion
(29 November 2012)
How does the idea of emotion having value make you feel?
- Incidental Autonomy
(18 December 2012)
How organisations seem to take on a mind of their own.