Category Archives: Soft Skills

Why Is Servant Leadership Crucial In An Agile Organization?

20 February 2019 Self-Organization

What does the term ‘leader’ invoke in your mind? For many of us, ‘a leader’ is the smartest person in the room, who suggests solutions, exercises power, and sits at the “top of the pyramid”. But ‘Servant Leadership’ is an …

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SQL Query writing: Best practices

10 December 2015 Soft Skills

  Writing effective queries on a RDBMS is something we develop from regular practice of query writing. We discuss here about the SQL RDBMS and some best practices in writing DML statements. It’s always recommended to have the DML statements …

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Do Soft Skills Really Matter in IT?

IT is viewed by many people as being something technical. They have a vision of managers with lot’s of plans, documents and spreadsheets, and nerds that are sitting behind their computer doing the “real work”. It may be out there, but I don’t see that often. What I see are people working together to deliver software solutions that work, which help their customers in their daily work, and deliver business value to the company. Communication and collaboration is essential to make the people that are doing this successful. So for me, soft skills really matter in IT! What do you think?

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Managing Agile Projects

More and more organizations are adopting Agile ways of working. The descriptions of Agile methods give much guidance on how to work agile on the team level. They describe the practices and support the set-up of Agile teams. But there …

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Mobile strategy event: an app for your business?

Last week, Bridge organized Talk About IT for the 6th time, in cooperation with Efactor. Over 60 people visited Boom Chicago in Amsterdam. The event was a success, with an open and positive atmosphere and much relevant exchange of experiences. A short report, written …

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