13 results for author: Erik Saether


Phase: Handover

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January 18, 2022

Phase: Evaluation

Evaluating a project is easy. You always have 20/20 vision. You see everything as obvious but at the time there was a lot of uncertainty and points of information that was not forthcoming immediately. Try to ask as many questions as possible in a project build up. The customer will have assumptions and so will you. It is important to iron these out as best you can. If possible, try to benchmark your project against something. If its your first such project this is not so easy. Its also important to split your product sales and service costs and understand how the deliverables of each of these can be managed and de-risked. Timing is everything. ...
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January 19, 2019

Social Economic Evolution

Model af det færdige Lego Campu Understanding mankind lately has been difficult for me. I see so much potential, but its mankind continually seems to be lost on choosing its future. Our vision is not clear and we move forward erratically trying to understand it. This post however is about something we have not yet solved: Capitalism.. Ever since I was young teenager, I could not understand one thing: if I help someone with their business, why are they so unwilling to share in the spoils. Are we not already in debt to something greater than ourselves? It is such a hugely problematic issue I thought it's time to voice my honest opinion on this ...
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October 27, 2018

Great markings of a CEO?

Having spent many years working for various managing executives and directors as a financial manager, I thought I would document the great markings of a CEO. Something that most new line managers will struggle with and what I found is needed in making a great Chief Executive Officer. Firstly one must consider that we are all human and so pretty much subservient to the daily change in conditions. But leadership inspiration can be saught in many places such as Solomon or Genghis Khan or Abraham Lincoln or perhaps even John D. Rockefeller. There are also so many great quotes qualities of a great leader but here are some qualities I have admired as a ...
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July 16, 2018

Robots – The Unfair Advantage.

Yesterday evening a friend invited me to a very interesting meetup of artificial intelligence or also known as AI. I have looked into some of the automation systems used by google and have myself built a basic robot. link here. The initial lecture was an intriguing discussion on how our artifi...
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April 26, 2018