Shrink The Timebox

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The worst time to find out a project is not going to ship on time is at the very last minute when it’s supposed to. At that point, there’s very little you can do to save the project. This may sound obvious, but to avoid getting yourself in that corner takes skill and discipline. You […]

When Your Rockstar Loses the Tune


At a growing startup we once worked at, there was guy who’d been amazing, been with the company since the earliest days, but who had somehow “lost the tune”. We’ll call him Rocky. Rocky had done a bit of everything, from programming to sales to customer support to graphic design. He’d been one of the […]