Friday, April 7, 2017

Avoiding seagull architects

During one of my trips to work I was listening to a DotNetRocks episode with Mark Seemann(this one to be precise: http://dotnetrocks.com/?show=1418).

In this episode Mark mentioned a ‘seagull architect’:

A seagull architect swoops in, poops out a lot of powerpoints, then flies off to let others implement it, evolve it, and solve the real problems.

This term comes from a book called Behind Closed Doors – Secrets of Great Management, a book that I immediatelly added to my reading list. Smile

Cover image for Behind Closed Doors

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