- The idea is that when scheduling work, if the piece of work takes 15 minutes or less, don’t even schedule it. Just do it right away. (This reduces a lot of organizational wheel spinning and water threading.)
- Count every 15 minute interval when working on something – this helps increase focus.
- You can take a break after good 15 minutes of work (also take a longer break after good 1 hour work work)
Education should not be overpriced. So I can’t say that to spend hundreds of thousands on a piece of paper is worth it. It may be, or it may not.
I disagree with the below, but here is an example of what you can professionally describe as “culture” of a workplace:
Additionally, “culture” is a blanket term for behavior. When the candidate or employee is discussed, rather than the team of company itself, “culture” refers to communication, non-confrontation and ability to work with others.
^ courtesy stackoverflow research.
- Gnatt charts
- Jira : ( or redmine
- financial projections: breakeven analysis
- whiteboard -> wireframe -> mockup -> implementation ( back & front ) -> test -> deploy -> monitor
- the 10 questions to ask to determine, is it worth going to market?
- Calculating IRR & MIRR
- marketing maillist