Knowledge That Is Not Written Down, Yet

There are categories of knowledge that are not written down, yet. They include observations that have not been curated but drive intuition-based decisions, first hand stories of events--successes and failures--that have not been filtered and sanitized but still offer insight and explanatory power. They are important because they are sources [...]

By | 2017-08-29T20:36:12+00:00 October 30th, 2010|Rules of Thumb, skmurphy|2 Comments

Forming and Leading a Team of Experts at EL-SIG Oct 21

I have been invited to speak at the SDForum Engineering Leadership SIG next Thursday, October 21st. I will suggest methods for "Forming and Leading a Team of Experts" How can teams become more effective at making decisions quickly and reaching a working consensus? How can we as managers foster effective [...]

By | 2010-10-16T22:05:33+00:00 October 17th, 2010|Events|1 Comment

Entrepreneurs Still Welcome: 700 Blog Posts In Four Years

This is my 700th blog post since my first post "Welcome Entrepreneurs!" on October 1, 2006 which opened with: This blog is dedicated to entrepreneurs at any stage of their journey.  As individuals, in teams, and collectively, we all hope to create a better world for our customers, our employees, our stakeholders, and our [...]

By | 2014-09-30T00:04:44+00:00 October 12th, 2010|3 Early Customer Stage, Blogging, Rules of Thumb|2 Comments