What’s In a Loop?
a blog on learning, analtyics and systems
Tag Archives: performance
As with many data geeks, I love baseball. Other than that, I have not been a huge sports fan – but my love for data and forecasting has drawn me into another sport, and now I must admit to having … Continue reading
Friendships at work can be tricky. At least, they can be if the definition of friendship means you are not honest with each other. Earlier this week I was chatting with someone who hired his friend to work for him … Continue reading
A while ago I wrote about the costs of switching your focus across tasks and my intention to run an experiment of using a personal Kanban board to help limit my work in progress and bring greater focus to my … Continue reading
We talk about switching costs at my workplace – the time spent moving attention from one project to another. Changing your focus requires you to wrap up what you are doing, perhaps before you had brought it to a natural … Continue reading