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Alberto Brandolini
I like to solve problems and to write software that does that. I'll flood you with sticky notes and call it . I run
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Alberto Brandolini 8h
Found myself once more time today referring to model of Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose as a way to foster a healthy ecosystem at work. It just worked so well for me... :-)
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Alberto Brandolini 15h
Replying to @ZHerendi @avanscoperta
There are also a lot of micro-motivations: vivid colors vs muted, bigger stickies for internal logic and so on.
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Alberto Brandolini 17h
Replying to @ZHerendi @avanscoperta
In the early days, my focus was on aggregates. So default yellow was the color for them. Orange and blue was the obvious high contrast pair. Blue made more sense for command, because of navy blue. ...then I stuck with it.
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Alberto Brandolini May 21
Replying to @sofienebenhamo1
Hmmm, I agree it would be easier, but don’t know how useful it can be without a strong anchoring. We actually do sometimes play a “demolition round” to challenge the current model.
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Alberto Brandolini May 21
Replying to @k_owsiany
Seems legit. The hardest thing to model is probably the different level of awareness of different characters.
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Alberto Brandolini May 21
Planning to use an variation to brainstorm about TV shows finale. :o)
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Alberto Brandolini May 20
Replying to @vonRunte @Bhudjo
Just finished a day of calendar sorting. You don't want to see that. :-(
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Alberto Brandolini May 20
Replying to @Bhudjo
Nel passato... poca. Ora la Masterclass è un formato di 2 giorni orientato ai facilitatori, mentre 'ES workshop' è stato il nome che abbiamo lasciato per le poche edizioni agganciate a conferenze, che per vincoli di tempo dovevano essere di un solo giorno.
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Alberto Brandolini May 20
No video coverage. But really friendly atmosphere! :-) /cc
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Marit van Dijk May 17
Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
Give gifts to your team :-)
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
How team empowerment might look like.
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
Replying to @ziobrando
And a few mid-stories results!
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
A more reasonable evolutionary approach to software design, from
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
I just know that “convincing” is a slippery slope. It could mean over promising, and it will backfire. Or it can mean not picking up our responsibility. That “convincing” conversation can be perceived very differently from the other side.
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
But ...look at the system constraints. And pick your battles accordingly. Some battles cannot be won, or worth the fight.
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
Convincing is hard, convincing is probably waste. Do stuff that’s working differently. Do you *really* need to ask permission for everything? Sometimes leading by example is the best way. Especially if you have patience.
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Alberto Brandolini May 17
The fundamentals. Nailed down.
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Marijn Huizendveld May 16
“Most things that matter cannot be measured” —
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