Logbook, diary, journal, bitacora... there many names for the same practice: write down what you do. This practice has been used among sailors and scientists for centuries, for good reasons. Nowadays there are plenty of tools to keep track of what you do but I haven't seen anything as powerful as a team, a project … Continue reading Logbook, a great practice for distributed teams, long term projects and products.
Introduction I started my professional career in an archipelago and I have been involved in Open Source for years so managing remote software related teams, departments and even organizations has been the default for me. I have been also working as consultant in a remote-friendly environment and now I am working at MBition remotely. I … Continue reading The Remote Journey: references to start
I often say that there are two actions that define the line management role: one-on-ones and hiring people. This is specially true in growing organizations. If you nail these two actions, you have a good chance to truly influence, the ultimate goal, in my view, of any line manager. One of the common strategies to … Continue reading Interview candidates with an Open Source background
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Akademy 2019 took place in Milan, IT, at the University of Milano Bicocca from 7th to 13th of September. I arrived on Friday 6th and left Milan on Tuesday 10th. Akademy 2019 group photo This year Akademy was a little bit different for me. I joined MBition recently to push Open Source and, giving the … Continue reading Akademy 2019 is over.