Pain is temporary, failure lasts forever

Lean, agile living for the running mother of Peter

2008-11-16

At least it was not my fault

From Good to great is a book I often recommend. It goes to the root of an organisation and discusses some basic traits which gives ground for a successful business. And one of the basic rules is the type of leader the organisation has. Collins boils it down to the guy who looks in the mirror for the reason for failures and out the window for the reason for success.

But this is of course not just true for company bosses: it's an interesting trait for all of us, as Uncle Bob points out in his interesting post on scrumdrels. So who are you going to blame next time?

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