Remarkable teams are a product of culture and change management. Culture represents the environment, ecology, and underlying intentions of an organisation.
This is why it is such an important topic to organisational psychologists. Simply put, culture is both the cause and effect of an organisation's greatness or its dysfunction.
When it comes to building remarkable teams, culture is the cause on four different levels:
1) Materially, culture is the fabric of the relations between members.
2) Formally, culture represents the mostly unspoken rules that drive the organisation, which influence the nature of team building.
3) Culture is also the efficient…
Marketing helps you understand your user, focus your product on your user needs and take the product to market.
This post is set up to mimic what would you go through when segmenting your customers.
Only few companies are big enough to supply the needs of an entire market.
Even the large one must break down the total demand into segments and choose those that the company is best equipped to handle.
Marketing segmentation is marketing strategy that involves dividing a broad target market into subsets of consumers who have common needs, wants, demand, or characteristics.
This guide will help you to create a professional looking GitHub profile intended to use it as a portfolio of your work.
You’ll also learn how to impress recruiters by contributing to open source projects.
If you don’t have experience with Git in Github you can learn about version control on Git.
Just follow the link and go on Freecodecamp and watch the tutorial.
Then come back here when you’re done and we’ll work on your profile.
Artists use a portfolio to hold examples of their work. Similarly, the GitHub profile is a portfolio of the programmers work.
With these questions in mind, let’s see what developers are saying.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the reading
Wesley Bitomski, Code Poet, and Systems Architect
Well, no. I spend most of my day communicating to other engineers, writing documentation, reading, and on my one-of-a-kind commute. I do other kinds of completely normal things too, like debate personal preferences with people who disagree as a bonding exercise, fret over whether or not I should talk to the intellectual beauty who works in accounting, also eat.
The following “day in the life of Wes” is long, and best read idly sipping…
Every friend I have with a job that involves picking up something heavier than a laptop more than twice a week eventually finds a way to slip something like this into conversation: “Bro, you don’t work hard. I just worked a 1984-hour week digging a tunnel under Mordor with a screwdriver.”
They have a point. Mordor sucks, and it’s certainly more physically taxing to dig a tunnel than poke at a keyboard unless you’re an ant. But, for the sake of the argument, can we agree that stress and insanity are bad things? Great.
Let’s talk about programming.
It’s so tempting to get straight to problem solving, especially since you’re certain that you’re right.
If the process is broken, let’s fix it. I know that our culture embraces the intuitive craftsman.
The process, on the other hand, appears to be for dummies. And yet, in many cases, the process is underrated. In fact, getting the workflow right is actually more urgent than the problems we have right now.
The process is your ace in the hole when your intuition stops working.
When your reliance on intuition is threatened, the process makes you nervous. Get over that. …
Having a website is like opening a door and inviting potential customers into your business.
This tutorial is good for you if you are:
For this tutorial, we are going to build a coming soon landing page. Let’s say that you have a new app, a prototype or a new web site idea that you want to launch and you want to build some buzz before. …
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