1) Take projects strategically ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
Cobol pitch; I don't buy the Cobol idea (just look around), but it's interesting: if you do plan to change focus one day, you've got to prepare, and preparation rarely happens on its own. ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
1/3 work, 1/3 training, 1/3 prospecting ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
start with an objective ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
2) Align objectives with the company's ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
...or at least appear that way ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
earning twice the salary of the other guy means you've got to work harder to be a "part of the team", hmmm... ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
let the other guy to take the credit: you're not going to have a career at this company, and you'll claim it on your CV, anyway. ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
3) Build your reputation ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
being a deep expert in something VS always trying new stuff. (Fuck being reasonable: you're not benefitting from others agreeing with you. OTOH, see #2) ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
a troubleshooter reputation makes it easier to take short expensive projects ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
specialisation in 6sigma or Scrum as a tool for getting a diverse experience ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
4) Be good (at what you're doing) ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
Maintaining relations is as important as performance, especially when budgets change ‎· Размытое в синей футболке
Contractor doesn't have the employee's excuse, "good managers need to let their people make mistakes for them to grow" — the company doesn't own you any "growth" ‎· Размытое в синей футболке