A chat with Jabe Bloom
The other night, Jabe Bloom and I were preparing a podcast episode. We know since ages but don’t get to meet as often as we should and would like to.
There was some gold in the preparation and so I thought I’d share some bits of our conversation on video.
Here some topics we cover:
- How to deal in management with the tension between love to the thing you produce and the process required to do it efficiently.
- Makers, Pioneers and Fitters
- The challenge of minimising policies. Policy hygiene?
- Design as the challenge to find the best spot in grey between the extremes
- Two certain ways to kill something
- Harmful amounts of process endangers us to act in bad ways
- Necessary Levels of abstraction bring necessity of translation
Jabe founded Praxisflow in 2014 together with Kevin Behr, where he is CoFounder & Chief SocioTechnical Officer. He lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his family, where he also is working on his Ph.D. in Design. Jabe is @cyetain on twitter
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