How to Record a Meeting or Training Session

January 15, 2010

I mentioned in a previous post I like to capture the audio for certain events, like training, when delivered by an industry expert. They’re always well practiced and concise communicators. They’re evangelism pitch worth studying. Selling ideas and influencing people is an important part of any design role. I’ve found it very useful to refer […]

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I’m Now a Certified Scrum Master

January 13, 2010

In December I did some training and I’m now a badge holding Certified SCRUM Master. Would I recommend it – yes. After spending the past four years within a large SCRUM department, I felt I had a good understanding of it. I did. However the experience with Mike Cohn, a true master of all things […]

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Applying the Inventors Paradox to Job Hunting

January 11, 2010

Back in1973 a mathematician named George Polya wrote a book called How to Solve It. Within the book he defined the Inventors Paradox for the first time stating, “The more ambitious plan may have more chances of success”. This is commonly paraphrased as, “Its often easier (paradoxically) to solve a more general problem than a […]

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