If you are in the habit of reading my articles, you have probably already gathered, that I am not here to preach what is good and what is bad, but show you a way to ask questions in places where it, probably, has never occurred to you to ask them, and to lead you on a different thinking path to finding solutions to problems you have encountered habitually, perhaps all your life.
Einstein said: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” So I endeavor to change the way you think of familiar problems, in order to widen the thinking you use to solve them. (more…)
In the army they taught us that jumping the chain of command is against military law. Breaking this law would lead to being prosecuted for undermining authority, and to rather unpleasant results. For the perpetrator.
Today we are no longer in the army, and no-one will prosecute us for jumping the chain of command.
However, I would like to bring to the discussion table a totally different view of said chain of command and the correct way to use it.
Ladies and gentlemen, today we shall talk about translation.
What do you mean, translation? We thought this blog was all about Quality Assurance, and, well, you’ve got management and coaching in, as well, alright, but what has translation to do with it?
Naturally. Still, today we shall be talking about translation. Trust me, you will like this translation.