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Ioan Ciorneschi

Ioan Ciorneschi

Engineering Manager @ 3Pillar Global

MANAGEMENT
Can attitude predict performance?

A colleague (who is more thorough than I am) told me to how many technical interviews he attended in 2016. It was a big, but irrelevant number, which made me ponder about the power and responsibility people have when they JUDGE a person. Scared of how curt and terse « to judge » actually sounds, I applied the corporate filter and I decided to use “to evaluate” instead. It does not come off so strong. The evaluation process entails a person’s ability to be objective, while judgment seems godly and somehow final!

OTHERS
A different unicorn: the developer who sells

I often see technical people who offer a solution too quickly, instead of “wasting time” with questions which might help identify certain needs. Then, developers feel offended because their wonderful solution is not embraced by decision-makers for the mere reason that they simply do not understand it – or so they claim. If they rush to come up with a solution, someone (even if they are developers) should spend time to identify the needs of those involved in the decisional process. There may be one or more who have different interests.

Sponsors

  • 3PillarGlobal
  • Betfair
  • Gemini Solutions
  • Telenav
  • Accenture
  • Siemens
  • Bosch
  • ntt data
  • FlowTraders
  • Crossover
  • MHP
  • Continental
  • Colors in projects