par Michel Valdrighi, 3X ans, bonne à tout faire du web le jour, superhéros injustement méconnu la nuit.
Vous vous sentez seul(e) ?
Vous en avez marre de bosser dans votre coin ?
Vous détestez prendre des décisions ?
(Bonus track, aussi via sunny, la boîte qui veut qu’on la laisse tranquille.)
Managers decide to crunch because they want to be able to tell their bosses “I did everything I could.” They crunch because they value the butts in the chairs more than the brains creating games. They crunch because they haven’t really thought about the job being done or the people doing it. They crunch because they have learned only the importance of appearing to do their best to instead of really of doing their best. And they crunch because, back when they were programmers or artists or testers or assistant producers or associate producers, that was the way they were taught to get things done.
zengun (mon ancien blog anglo/francophone, mai 2000 à mai 2006)