Lessons in Antipatterns: Leadership Vaccum

2013-11-21 3:55 PM

Leadership Vacuum is a fantastic excursion in antipatterns. If you haven't checked it out, you should.

It's written in-character as W. Albert Jameson IV, a manager who understands almost nothing about truly good management. Every post is a snapshot of his mind that discusses the "right" way to manage people; his way is always riddled with problems which are obviously wrong, yet widespread in their use.

And almost every post has an immediately-applicable "Oh wow, I should definitely not do this" takeaway.

As a sarcastic developer, I love antipatterns - and this is a fantastic, consistently-updated revelation of antipatterns that pop up all-to-frequently anywhere that leadership occurs.

Check it out!