"Ze girl? She seems like a very nice girl. She "plays" monsieur, like a very nice girl. However, it ztinks! Is not so hard to understand: Her playing, very polite. Mistake, no. It says E-flat, she plays E-flat. Ping-ping. Hit the right note, always, very proper. Look, monsieur, play the piano, is not about the fingers. "Done" with the fingers, yes. But the music, she is inside. … Continue reading The Project Manager with the Magic Touch
It usually takes time and some professional maturity before one even cares to notice how others (people and organisations) frame their working relationship. It takes time because the dominant paradigm implies that a working relationship of employment means that we work for people or organisations that pay us money in return for "work". It is traditional, proven and tried, we accept … Continue reading Working “for” or “with”?