Note: an assignment I wrote for Social Psychology (part of my MSc in Psychology). The assignment is a position statement that should answer the question: Can social psychology be used to address current societal issues? Climate change is a global challenge that requires global solutions involving behavioural change and the cooperation of large groups, from... Continue Reading →
Coaching and Agile Coaching. Same same or different?
What role does coaching play in the agile transformation of organisations? How do ScrumMasters and Agile Coaches use coaching? How do they differ from Coaches?
Startups Should Not Have Growth Teams
Alex Schultz, VP of Growth at Facebook, just gave the best talk I heard on startup growth at Stanford's How to Start a Startup, a course organised and orchestrated by YC Sam Altman. In his own words: ...if you're a startup, you shouldn't have a growth team. Startups should not have growth teams. The whole... Continue Reading →
3 Resources You Must check if You Want to Build a Startup
I'm not going to do it. Mostly because famous VCs and founders are already doing it. All you have to do is just listen, apply, test, observe, pivot or persevere and repeat. But I will give you top resources to help you with your startup, no matter the stage you're at, but most efficiently if... Continue Reading →
The Undercover Economist [book review]
The Undercover Economist, [Tim Harford, 2007] Is economics dull, referring to complex data analysis and presenting not-so-exciting conclusions inaccessible to the general public? Tim Harford replies with a definite no and supports his opinion with The Undercover Economist, where he brilliantly presents his theories, based on thorough research and analysis, on hot topics such as... Continue Reading →