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How to keep productivity up when working remotely

by Michael Seipp, 17 April 2020

With a fundamental shift away from co-located working in recent months, one of the questions I have been asked more frequently is: “How do I keep the delivery pipeline going?” The greatest fear is that once everyone is working remotely, productivity will drop and nothing will get to ‘done’. There are two factors at play […]

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Why Consultants have a Unique Advantage

by Kelly Waters, 29 July 2019

As someone who believes wholeheartedly in the concept of consulting (I do run a consultancy after all!), I have often found myself wondering what it is that consultants bring to the table. After some reflection, I think there are a number of advantages that can be very impactful when consultants are utilised in the right […]

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Want to get started in The Netherlands? 5 things to try

by Jamie North, 25 April 2019

I can’t quite believe it’s been a year since I took the bull by the horns, jumped aboard the 101 Ways ship and set sail for Europe. Steering our overseas expansion, we arrived in The Netherlands, and opened our first European office in Amsterdam. Despite The Netherlands – particularly Amsterdam where we’re based – being […]

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Why Fear Needs to be taken out of Executive Driven Development

by Michael Seipp, 19 March 2019

I have been talking to a few people recently about industry buzzwords. There seems to be an increasing number of mock variations on Test Driven Development (TDD) as a means of describing the ever-changing – and somewhat erroneous – driving factors behind development. We all know the digital industry is obsessed with acronyms; they are […]

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