Monthly Archives: December 2015

Are big platforms still viable for the 21 century?

I believe that creating ecosystems of small separate solutions that specialized in certain business functions and communicate one with each other in one common language (although each system might speak different language) is the key to a business success in … Continue reading

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Three books that will change your thoughts about running IT groups

1-The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance Hardcover by Jim Whitehurst (Author), Gary Hamel (Foreword) 2-Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World by Brian J. Robertson 3-Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World … Continue reading

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Using Waggl for anonymous feedback

We are using this platform and we are pretty happy with the solution. I added ab example of the survey we conducted after the board game.

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Our continuous delivery journey

With continuous Integration in place we are starting our continuous delivery  journey.  After putting in place the main requirements and high level architecture we realized it’s not going to be easy and simple journey. So, if you are trying to … Continue reading

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Looking to fill key position

Are you willing to work in unconventional and unstructured environment? Do you prefer catalyzing inclusive decision making over central planing and command and control? Can you work in an environment that based on Meritocracy and letting the sparks fly (were … Continue reading

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