A year ago this time we were probably sitting in my living room, eating snacks and giving shape to feelgut. The summer before Laura had told me about her idea of building a social platform for people with rare diseases who were searching for alternative treatments, people with chronic diseases who felt the need of […]Read More Execution over ideas. What feelgut taught us.
A project charter is a short document (I love one-pagers!) that is approved by the project managers and stakeholders and used by all team members when running a project, specially in the initiation and planning phases. It expresses the objectives of the project, the conditions and risks, the go-to people, stakeholders and decision makers as […]Read More Project Management tools: The project charter
Since my first days working at Regus, events have been some of the things I enjoyed the most. Organising an event is like throwing a party: you have to think of what you want, who you’ll invite, what will you do, buy and prepare food… I’ve organised big events and tiny ones, and from every […]Read More How to organise community events
One of the things that surprised me when I discovered the tech and entrepreneurs community in Berlin was the incredible number of opportunities to learn and meet people that were available. There is a number of user groups and workshops for specific technologies, such as the Ruby user group; up.front, a monthly meetup for designers; […]Read More Mrgn: A different kind of meetup
37signals creates and maintains web-based applications for collaboration, project management, and information sharing. In their own words, they build ‘frustration-free web-based apps for collaboration, sharing information, and making decisions.’ But beyond developing applications to help us get things done, they maintain a popular company blog and job board, write insightful books, and their developers contribute […]Read More Companies I admire: 37 Signals