How context building and delegation of authority can strengthen small organizations

I’m a big fan of the belief that “if you want to change the world, start off by making your bed.” This approach works just as well for organizations, in my opinion. If they want to change the world, they need to take care of themselves first. In this article, I’m sharing a story of how our company faced challenges related to our identity as well as financial and engagement crises, and how we overcame these problems. As a result of building more context and delegating authority, we managed to make our teams more collaborative and engaged, improve their skills, and strengthen our organization overall.

Transparency - a powerful force feared by organizations

Transparency can be an undeniably powerful force in the long-term advancement of organizations, but it also typically raises various concerns at the management level at the same time. In this article, I will use a story about the atomic bomb to first highlight the importance of transparency, and I will then try to address the biggest fears that I often hear about in regards to transparency.

10 lessons for software developers before they start applying for a job

Finding the right environment that best supports one’s professional goals can be a daunting task, especially in the current labor market since it offers an abundance of opportunities. Based on many years of experience conducting hundreds of interviews at Ragnarson, I would like to share a few observations of our team to assist job applicants.

The future of online search engines. Part 1 – The status quo and its shortcomings.

Search engines, Google in particular, have had a tremendous impact on our society. In a series of articles, I will summarize and explain the online search engine industry as it exists now and describe its future outlook. In this article, I will focus on the basic facts about the industry and its biggest challenges.