Talking about tech debt is so unspecific and confusing that maybe it’s better not to use the term at all and instead talk about it in these terms (specific goals, business outcomes, incremental delivery).
A useful perspective on the leadership career path and what skills you need to keep leveling up.
but I like working with PMs who went into it through channels other than the official ones, and are motivated out of their passion for building things and solving problems. Not because they feel it’s something they’re supposed to do, or because they think it’s prestigious, or because it is the default path from whatever elite school they went to.
That is an excellent and very opinionated list of criteria of how to gauge a product organization. I’m not sure whether I’ve seen any that hit all or even many of these. If you know of one, let me know.
What is weird is that organizations that purport to be against risk will often do their projects exactly in this very risky way. Within an institutional logic, it often seems like there is no alternative but that is up to a few people to change.
Emine is erg slim en dit moet dus een van de sterkere argumenten voor het dragen van een hoofddoek zijn. Ik vind het niet bijzonder overtuigend maar dat terzijde.
Het gedoe waar ze probeerden mee te profiteren van de Toeslagenaffaire en ook nog eens dit lekker anti-woke doen om het doen. Het lijkt erop dat de Correspondent wat altijd al lastig was en beetje de weg kwijt is.
Een mooi en erg herkenbaar kerstverhaal van Rasit Elibol.
It’s nice that these startups guys take a public schooling so well. It would be nice if we could see more of that on Clubhouse instead of the endless rows of bad panels.
When I still did photography, I read everything I could find about how cameras work and this is the mental model I built up back then.
The lovely thing about this webpage is that it makes each of the mechanics interactive so you can play with them and see what happens.
|World 1.0||World 2.0|
|110 successive months of job growth||10 million jobless claims in 2 weeks|
|10 year bull market across sectors||Winners and losers with extreme outcome inequality|
|Full employment||30% unemployment|
|Base rate thinking||First principles thinking|
|Office by default||Remote by default|
|Office for work||Office for connection, community, ecosystem, makerspaces|
|Suit, tie, wristwatch, business card||Good lighting, microphone, webcam, home office background|
|Commute + traffic jams||Home + family|
|Last mile||Only mile|
|Restaurants||Groceries + delivery|
|$4 toast||Sourdough starter|
|$100k for college||Not paying $100k for a webinar|
|Internal issues||Exogenous shock|
|Lots of little problems||One big problem|
|Stupid bullshit||Actual issues|
|Too much technology||Too little technology|
|Assume some government competence||Assume zero government competence|
|Trusted institutions||Trusted people|
|Tail risk is kooky||Tail risk is mainstream|
|Boomers most powerful||Boomers most vulnerable|
|Productivity growth collapse||Economic collapse|
|Social services Democrat||UBI Communist|
|Corporate debt||Government debt|
|Techlash||Tech a pillar of civilization and lifeline to billions|
|Break up Amazon||Don’t break up Amazon!!!|
|Avoiding social issues||Avoiding layoffs|
|Phone is a cigarette||Phone is oxygen|
|Resource depletion||$20 oil, $0.75 watt solar, <$100/kwh batteries|
|Low volatility||High volatility|
|20th century||21st century|