Usually, the first interview with a new company is a telephone screen (a 'screener'). It may not even be with the hiring manager or a person you might ultimately work with. This article gives a few tips on how to ace it.
Most folks try to jam both fixed-price and time-and-materials work into the same contract. I recommend, for more agility, break off the fixed-price work into another contract, but still request your vendors to follow your sprint, demo, and AC process.
Sometimes the business problem is not the biggest challenge.
tarting out with a new client is a lot like modern dating. There are the Instagram posts (usually the first few boardroom meetings with PowerPoint decks) that make you look hip, smart, and on the cutting edge. Then there’s the boozy dinner, and if that works, someone will do a Google research to see […]
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