5. Dec, 2021

My week 48-2021 summary

Picture provided by BrightVibes, with a Malcolm X quote

2 working weeks to go before my 3 weeks Christmas holidays 😎, looking forward to a break. The coming week will be full of interesting topics. We do have our year end meeting of the department, all teams had been asked to summarize their accomplishments in a short video. This will be fun to see the different interpretations of the guideline.

Besides that the REQUISITE AGILITY: UNLEASHED CONFERENCE from Tuesday until Thursday, have a look at the agenda, when you are interested? And Thursday morning a 90 minute KPMG event that has no supporting material in English, sorry for that.

Last week I finished the preparation for the 2nd part of the Team USP workshop. We just have to agree a date with the team, and to be aligned with the tightened COVID-19 guidelines in Germany, it would be even possible to do the workshop online. If you know, what you are looking for, you will find supporting tools nearly for everything 👍.

Last Friday was the Master Thesis colloquium of one of my Interns. A really great job done!! The presentation part was a little bit impacted by technical constraints, but the Q&A piece was authentic and a great opportunity to show the wide level of knowledge and fascination for the topic. This once again supported the quote from Simon Sinek -- “You don’t hire for skills, you hire for attitude. You can always teach skills.” The attitude of the Intern was perfect, only the presentation skill needs some further improvement over time. Nothing to worry about, the final mark was very good 🤔.

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