Monthly Archives: September 2012

Domestic Cleaning – the Next Front in Capitalism?

I have been rereading a large number of classics lately – literature, history, philosophy, economics, you name it. Among that list, of course, are Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman. In rereading Friedman, I came across a very interesting description. Not … Continue reading

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Tools and organization, part II

In the first part, we laid down the principles and looked at an example in software development. In this part, we will look at an example in financial management. Like all parts of your business, finance has its processes, workflows … Continue reading

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Your tools affect your organization, and your organization affects your tools

I do a lot of work with technology companies and divisions, which makes it ironic how I often weakness in tool selection. Tool selection is generally viewed from either a vendor-relationship perspective determined by the C-level in larger firms, or … Continue reading

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