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The Gift of Feedback (in a Booklet)

Receiving timely relevant feedback is an important element of how people grow. Sports coaches do not wait until the new year starts to start giving feedback to sportspeople, so why should people working in organisations wait until their annual review to receive feedback? Leaders are responsible for creating the right atmosphere for feedback, and to […]

Feedback for Conference Presenters

After presenting at the recent Quarterly Technology Briefing in London, Manchester and Hamburg I had a very good question from one of my colleagues about what feedback I found most valuable. Our feedback forms were quite short with two quantitative questions (out of a 1-5 scale), and three or four free text questions. Although the […]

Long Feedback Loops

Almost five and a half years ago, one my first project in the UK, I built a constrained email tempting engine to be used by marketing folk with a small team of three other developers. I think we worked for about six to eight weeks to develop the entire application, including retrofitting its integrate its […]

Long Feedback Cycle on a 4 Year Old Project

Almost five and a half years ago, one my first project in the UK, I built a constrained email tempting engine to be used by marketing folk with a small team of three other developers. I think we worked for about six to eight weeks to develop the entire application, including retrofitting its integrate its […]

Tightening the Feedback Loop on Slideshare

I presented this session on the Collaboration track at Oredev yesterday. I uploaded the slides and they’ve now been showcased on Slideshare’s home page and their Business & Management home page. Check it out and feedback always appreciated. http://www.slideshare.net/mobile/thekua/tightening-the-feedback-loop

Giving feedback to defensive people

A few people have arrived at this blog looking for the terms, “Giving feedback to defensive people.” Before focusing on the fact that the recipient may be “defensive”, I’ll refer to you to several different posts outlining some principles of giving effective feedback. Read them before continuing on. Firstly, if you’re giving feedback to a […]

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