Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Documenting everything, I mean everything

  • Regarding documentation, today I was given the advise to document everything, especially that information that is shared among team members, and changes to it. Trusting too much our's and other's memories might not be wise.

  • Even highly intelligent people sometimes make mistakes and even blunders, but that doesn't change my good regard towards them. What separates them apart from the rest, is that they acknowledge those mistakes modestly and take steps to prevent them from happening again in the future.

  • Having a good opinion of someone and sharing openly that opinion is one way to grow along with that person.

  • Reading books the old way, i.e. paper format at the library, turns out to be very effective. We're entertained with an awful lot of distractions whilst at the computer. I'm reading this way a selection of tales from Anton Chekhov and I like it very much.

  • The things we share with colleagues outside business settings are decisive in the kind of relations that are established inside those business settings.

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