When somebody panics and that is confusing or seems silly to you, it might just be because you’ve become desensitized.
In the summer of 2018, my organization was struggling in a number of areas. Architecture was regarded as oversight rather than aid, leadership decisions were continually being challenged, process felt oppressive to some and they were actively working against the… Continue Reading →
In a company’s early days, managing architecture is simple. When you have a single team building a product, they all have the principles in their head and peer accountability takes care of poor choices. As a company scales, the number… Continue Reading →