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What the ‘Times’ Got Wrong About Nail Salons by Richard Bernstein
Rarely does a newspaper story get the kind of response that The New York Times front-page exposé of wage-theft at nail salons prompted this spring. But was it true?
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The Verge's web sucks
TL;DR: Did you know that The Verge delivers you to around 20 companies for advertising & tracking purposes? I didn't. That might foul up your web experience a little bit. Maybe we should try something different.
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When I've Skipped the Estimates... http://buff.ly/1MMvcth
While the debate carries on whether one must have estimates or not, I thought I'd provide a viewpoint of when I found them no longer needed. However, before go there, let's start off with a bit of ...
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Musings of a Software Development Manager | Dipping Toes in Other Development Communities http://buff.ly/1RXRi2L
My dad, even with a serious head injury that ended his working life, regularly attended a computer club where he could chat with a community of fellow geeks who accepted him head injury and all. I was always glad he had somewhere he could be accepted, but I never realized I'd end up attending ...
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Social Priming: Money for Nothing? be very careful of reading much into the world of priming studies
Can the thought of money make people more conservative? The idea that mere reminders of money can influence people’s attitudes and behaviors is a major claim within the field of social priming – the study of how our behavior is unconsciously influenced by seemingly innocuous stimuli. However, social priming has been controversial lately with many …
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If you won the lottery, would you keep your husband? http://buff.ly/1CVmKrv I had better work on keeping my stock up
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How to give feedback and how not to: With All Due Respect
Giving feedback is one of the things I like most about agile methods. There’s this thing about it though. It’s not that easy to give effective feedback. Lately, I’ve been hearing agile team members start their feedback with the following statements: * I don’t want to rain on your parade, but... * I don’t mean to be negative, but... * I don’t mean to criticize, but... * I don’t mean for you to take this the wrong way, b...
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Donald Trump Is Proud That He Makes Big Decisions Without Input From Others. He Shouldn’t Be. http://buff.ly/1JCTyCM
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A Quick Rundown on Performance Appraisals and Reviews. http://buff.ly/1Jj23ac
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How To Make The Whole Organization Agile
Leadership storytelling inspires the culture shift to Agile
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In big move, Accenture will get rid of annual performance reviews and rankings
The firm tells The Washington Post that it will abandon its old system for all 330,000 employees, starting in September.
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