Many management fashions’ advocates look around for examples of corporate practice that seem to work, and then sum up the “lessons learned,” with all the carelessness and arrogance that comes with intuitive philosophizing – instead of asking, in some robust theoretical way, why these principles would work and others would not.
Content: Quotation | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Management, Miscellaneous | Industry: Consulting
If you know one (of anything), that’s it: You know one. But if you know two, you know much, much more than two. With two computer languages, not only do you know both languages, but you also know what makes them similar, what makes them different, what you like best and least about each, and how each is better suited for certain tasks.
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Content: Quotation | Source: Outlook Journal (Accenture) | Subjects: Consulting / Analytical Tools, Learning | Industry: Consulting