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“Good” versus “Bad” Process • Culture

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“Good” versus “Bad” Process
• “Good” process helps talented people get more done
– Letting others know when you are updating code
– Spend within budget each quarter so don’t have to
coordinate every spending decision across departments
– Regularly scheduled strategy and context meetings
• “Bad” process tries to prevent recoverable mistakes
– Get pre-approvals for $5k spending
– 3 people to sign off on banner ad creative
– Permission needed to hang a poster on a wall
– Multi-level approval process for projects
– Get 10 people to interview each candidate
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  • For all you people who think this is superb, you should think again. Failure is not an option, only in space flight. All success is based on failure. Can you imagine working somewhere where your effort does not count, only results? Where, if you make the wrong statement at the wrong time you are summarily fired? Where you do not even know what the wrong statement is until you get fired? Yes, maybe it provides a good return for shareholders, maybe... However at what human cost? Would you want to work there? Certainly not me, and i consider myself tough and a survivor. I would not work there for one microsecond.
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  • This is simply superb!
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  • Mong bạn nào có thể vì cộng đồng mà dịch side sang tiếng Việt.
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  • Chapeau !!
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  • Bold words. No boiler plate HR statements.
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