Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
“Information is not knowledge.” – Albert Einstein
What if you could streamline your way through vast seas of information to find the needles in the haystacks, or make sense of an ever changing landscape? Information comes at us so fast, from so many directions. The world changes fast, and, in a knowledge worker world, what you don’t know can hurt you.
One of the FAQs I get asked by colleagues is, how do I make my way through so much information so fast?
If I just say lots of years of deliberate practices writing and reviewing prescriptive guidance in patterns & practices, that doesn't help them much. If I say, I spent hundreds of dollars on books each month and that forced me to read a lot faster, that doesn't help either. So, I started paying attention to where the speed comes from. It’s ultimately a system of things and habits from practice, but here are a few keys you can use …
Reading and Analyzing Information
Writing Information Faster