As a person that develops technology solutions, your toughest challenges are rarely technical. Often it’s people, complex business rules, and dysfunctional behaviors that result in bloated, over-engineered solutions that ultimately fail. We often skip building a proper business foundation because it’s sexier to fail fast and fail often, but if you’re already under-capitalized, the best thing you can do is lay a proper foundation that allows you to simplify your decisions.
August 28, 2022
In systems thinking, there is a concept, a system archetype, called Drifting Goals. It is an archetype that defines the behavior that occurs when there is a gap between the current state and the desired state.So, what do you do in a situation where the gap between where you are and where you want to be is increasing?
September 5, 2022