Leadership & Management
1 in 4 Millennials plan to quit their job in the next year.
Rand Fiskin, Dharmesh Shah, and others weigh in on this topic.
People who make stuff, like programmers, writers, and designers, are limited to working on one or two intellectual tasks per day. That’s it.
The rapid acquisition phase of a software developer–Advanced Beginnerism–will last for years rather than weeks. And during these years, the software developers are job-hopping and earning promotions, especially these days.
They’re boring. They’re useless. Everyone hates
them. So why can’t we stop having meetings?
Too often people tend to forget that Scrum – as most of the Agile frameworks – was designed as a problem-finding, rather than a problem-solving framework.
Being “always on” hurts results. When employees are constantly monitoring their email after work hours — whether this is due to a fear of missing something from you, or because they are addicted to their devices — they are missing out on essential down time that brains need.