bobjudeferrante

Bob Jude Ferrante is a software designer, entrepreneur, musician, composer, poet, teacher, and general troublemaker who thinks human beings are limitless. Or can be. But we have to prove it.

software: define, align, make it great & succeed

Cereboom (n.): the 21st century way to manage your People Journey. Metrics Measure & manage culture, process, revenue, & success No intrusive surveys Great dashboards and easy to view reports Cereboom integrates with: your hiring markets (Indeed, LinkedIn, Monster, Hired, your ERPs (ServiceNow, SAP, Great Plains, MS Dynamics, Oracle) your people: Execs, HR, Managers, Staff your knowledge management systems your …

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brain science

Here we’re talking about the latest studies, ideas, prizes, initiatives in brain science and cognition. This includes scientific studies and papers, articles, theories, findings, etc. The attempt here is to bring the latest news in this exciting area, and to provide a place to actively share on and comment on what’s happening, and to be brief …

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solve your training problem with software

I’m a software designer and manager of people by trade, and a trainer by necessity. I want to solve a problem we managers have. The Problem I hire new developers to work on our software products. My approach is “hire for talent, not skills.” E.g., I hire based on raw talent and engineering, without caring much about their “previous skills” …

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i think i remember…

a biased review of Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman In Thinking, Fast and Slow, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics winner Daniel Kahneman summarizes a life of research and publishing (often with his partner Amos Tversky). The pair wanted to understand why human behavior so often defies economic logic: We change the question to …

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