Five Blogs – 15 June 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Coaching: Trust Isn’t All A Bed of Roses
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Why would anyone want to live past about 65?
Written by: Gerald Weinberg

Why Disruption is the CEO’s Best Friend
Written by: Audrey Smith and Stephanie Neal

Research: When Managers Are Overworked, They Treat Employees Less Fairly
Written by: Elad N. Sherf, Ravi S. Gajendran and Vijaya Venkataramani

How to Lead When You’re Feeling Afraid
Written by: Peter Bregman

Quote of the day:
“If you are pissing people off, you know you are doing something right.” -John Lydon

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Five Blogs – 4 June 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Hindsight lessons about automation: Models of automation
Written by: Viktor Slavchev

When Empowering Employees Works, and When It Doesn’t
Written by: Allan Lee, Sara Willis and Amy Wei Tian

Can a Boss Take Corrections From Subordinates?
Written by: Gerald Weinberg

Don’t listen to those productivity gurus: why waking up at 6am won’t make you successful
Written by: Aytekin Tank

The Vast Scope of Software Test Automation
Written by: SME teams of QA InfoTech

Quote of the day:
“Overcoming difficulties leads to courage, self-respect, and knowing yourself.” -Alfred Adler

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Five Blogs – 5 April 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

The Path to No Estimates
Written by: Amir Barylko

Just a Whole Bunch of Different Tests
Written by: Hillel Wayne

Writing Abstracts: Non-Advice from a Speaker and Reviewer
Written by: Cassandra H. Leung

What is the purpose of purpose?
Written by: Sam

Collaboration – Can We Really Trust You?
Written by: David Dye

Quote of the day:
“Go so far away that you stop being afraid of not coming back” -Eve Ensler

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Five Blogs – 26 March 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Mood and Productivity Have a Strong Relationship. Here’s What We Know about It
Written by: Warren Fowler

Individual bonus – a simple but ineffective motivation medicine
Written by: Bjarte Bogsnes

Choosing Ease Over Easy: Living In the Flow of Life
Written by: Justin Kanoya

Automation for the People
Written by: Jeremy Lott

Continual Planning: The Driver of Continuous Testing, Integration and Delivery
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Quote of the day:
“May my heart be kind, my mind fierce, and my spirit brave.” -Kate Forsyth

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Five Blogs – 15 March 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Why You Should Always Keep a Fix It List
Written by: Craig Jarrow

Five Leadership Empowerment Strategies
Written by: Terri Klass

Why People Lose Motivation — and What Managers Can Do to Help
Written by: Dan Cable

Getting Everyone on the Same Page (Does More Harm Than Good)
Written by: Lolly Daskal

When Good Isn’t Good Enough
Written by: Maya James

Quote of the day:
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” -Stephen Hawking

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Five Blogs – 5 February 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Stop Time Tracking, Start Value Tracking
Written by: Jurgen Appelo

Pre-tested Integration
Written by: Emily Bache

Mapping Biases to Testing: An Inconvenient Truth
Written by: Maaike Brinkhof

Common Engineer Issues
Written by: Tom Henricksen

What motivates you to take action?
Written by: Seth Godin

Quote of the day:
“I don’t want the fear of failure to stop me from doing what I really care about” -Emma Watson

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Five Blogs – 8 January 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

It’s hard to stay motivated. It’s really hard.
Written by: Joey Clover

Cynefin and the Greek Square
Written by: Anders Dinsen

How To Think Like a Software Tester
Written by: One Man

Hiring Me: An Un-Marketing Message
Written by: James Bach

My Automation’s Not Finding Bugs, But That’s OK
Written by: Paul Grizzaffi

Quote of the day:
“Writing crystallizes thought and thought produces action” -Paul J. Meyer

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