As every year it is time to post the list of things that gave me a feeling of accomplishment, that made me go ‘tadaa!’. I am always very much forward focussed, which leads me to easily overlook the things I did, or how those things form a bigger whole. As a reminder I post this…

As in the past years (2010, 2011, 2012) I am posting a list of things that gave me a sense of accomplishment in 2013. It is often all too easy to loose track of all the different things I’ve done, and just bear in mind the unfinished, the yet to achieve, the not-quite-up-to-standard, that make…

It’s the end of December, and we’re about to enjoy the company of dear friends to bring in the new year. This means it is time for my annual year in review posting, the ‘Tadaa!’ list. Eight years ago I started writing end-of-year blogposts listing the things that happened that year that gave me a…

The final work week of this year. Next week will be focused on family and Christmas, before celebrating the new year with dear friends. Regular blogging will recommence in week 2 of 2019. This week I Discussed the first results of a data governance improvement project with the client Worked on data governance process design,…

Seven years ago I started writing end-of-year blogposts listing the things that happened that year that gave me a feeling of accomplishment. Borrowing from Ernst, from whom I copied this habit in 2010, I call them the annual Tadaa!-list (see the 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010 editions). I am always looking forward…

In the past 2 years (2010, 2011), triggered by my friend Ernst Phaff, I’ve posted a list of things that gave me a sense of accomplishment that year. The list of things that made me go ‘Tadaa!’. It is often all to easy to loose track of all the different things I’ve done, and just…

Last year following my client-turned-friend Ernst Phaff’s lead, I posted a list of things that in 2010 gave me a sense of accomplishment, the Tadaa!-list. As I wrote then “As a ‘knowledge worker’ the boundaries of work have become all but invisible, and over the course of a year I work on so many different…

With this post I am following the example of my friend Ernst Phaff who created a “TaDaa!” list of the things he did in 2010 that gave him a feeling of accomplishment. As a ‘knowledge worker’ the boundaries of work have become all but invisible, and over the course of a year I work on…