Hands up who’s encountered an IT project that has been in full speed and where the questions of ”what business issue will this solve” and ”how will we know that it has been solved” were still hanging in the air in an awkward silence? Been part of one?
Aini Mylläri is an enthusiastic and people-loving consultant at Qentinel Group with experience in various operative and analytics based IT projects and a background in teaching.
Currently Aini delivers value by simplifying the complex and believing in change. Besides intelligent IT decision-making, Aini gets excited about singing, acting and getting to throw stuff away while cleaning the flat.
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I once was a student who took everything very seriously. I was convinced that my life would have better odds if I stayed in schedule, or better, ahead of it. I started to optimize: collect the full amount of courses available; get up earlier to study before classes; work full time during summers and ignore holidays. Later on, the truth slowly unveils: I have been played. Punked by society. The time didn’t go in a bank. It was only spent.
If this title makes you feel insecure, you’re not alone. Never before in history have we obsessed so much over science and research. We don’t believe anything that cannot be proven. Even our cosmetics come with “research” - promising 58% eyelash prolongation.
I hate clichés. As a 7 year old I already remember hating the saying “Be everyone’s friend”. Not because the dilemma behind the phrase wouldn’t have a point, but just because the clicheness of the expression so evidently stank even to my tiny nose. I guess I had an intuition that the cliché-repeating was a hoax. It offered the teachers means to avoid the unhygienic task of actually meddling in the kids’ ecosystem.