A while back my MBA program’s quarterly published an interview with Richard Schulze, the founder of Best Buy, about general business advice he could share to the alumni and current students. The University of St. Thomas’s Business School is certainly fortunate to have Mr. Schultze generating content for their publication (oh, [...]
This post from Cornerstone Advisors blog regarding PMO caught my eye last March. I had set it aside to go deeper on my thoughts of what is and isn’t a mature PMO organization but am going to table that for now. I will say that PMO is much like engineering in that not having the [...]
Long but good read on how senior leaders can affect the meaning of work to those below them on the ladder.
Great article by the team at Peecho on their architecture, why they went cloud-based and picked Amazon, and then an overview of their architecture.
High Scalability – High Scalability – Peecho Architecture – scalability on a shoestring.
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