Have you PFFed yet?!

Yes, you read it right! No, this is not my take on glorifying the “butt”, but a take on Failures and Success, as what I experienced over my career. Over my two decades something years of delivery experience, having been a part of a variety of IT programs – transformational, complex, simply difficult, humanely impossible,…

Misplaced Priorities

How many times have we used or heard the term misplaced / wrong / incorrect priorities ? We have gotten used to hiding behind such terms to, rather than looking at the root cause – YOU πŸ™‚ Priorities itself came into being to straighten out life πŸ™‚ So how come we go about screwing up…

Aurora Borealis / Bangalore-is?

Don’t tell me that after Trump took over reins in the far west, he has somehow managed to outsource the Aurora Borealis to this side of the world? IT has been bangalore-ed! (pun intended) Happened to catch this view recently (14-Jun-2017) in good old bengaluru. Prey take a look and let me know. πŸ™‚

Black box / White box – What mode are you on today?

This is hopefully an interesting question that we all need to ask or understand at some point or the other. We usually come across problems, opportunities and situations in no predestined fashion at work (however organized you may think you are or want to be) and sometimes, knowing what mode you are on (or even…

Project Management – I scream, YOU scream and WE all like Ice Cream!

What better way to demystify Project Management, than taking an example of buying ice cream for your family.
In this article, I will attempt to draw parallels within the personal and professional world and use contexts interchangeably, to highlight key themes that could / maybe explain how we typically react and act, in a β€œProject” world and sometimes, even at home.

On your Mark, get Set……GO!

I have taken to the habit of jogging now, and am trying to be regular at it. I started off with a small target, around 2-2.5 kms and got going. Armed with RunKeeper and a bottle of spruced up water, I hit the road. The first run was good, could manage 2.55 KMs in 20…