Saturday, June 18, 2011

Real Life Lessons Learned in Computing

  1. Adding more people to the decision making process does not necessary make your decisions happen any faster. Especially if they need to communicate a lot.

  2. Having only one person in the entire organization who must personally approve the creation of each and every account might be a problem.

  3. If a group is given a large task to do, and if one person is taking longer than the others for their part, unless specifically directed to work on something else, everyone else is just going to sit around and play FarmVille while they wait for the one person to finish.