Money doesn't make happiness, but what does?
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Money doesn't make happiness, but what does?

Many people think the purpose of a business is to make money. The more money the company makes, the better it goes,' is the thought. Many annual plans are made based on 30% more turnover or 10% more profit. Until a few years ago, we also worked in the same way at Ibuildings. With a larger company with more profit, the rest would be fine on its own. But that’s not how it works, I noticed with myself.

joverbosch

Joni Overbosch

14 January 2019

Holacracy: What does that mean in our daily practice?
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Holacracy: What does that mean in our daily practice?

At Ibuildings we work together and organise our work according to the principles of Holacracy. So without a top-down structure. With a work environment in which everyone is responsible for their own work, within appointed roles. But what does Holacracy mean in practice?

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Sabine Zegwaart

15 October 2018

Technical skills at Ibuildings
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Technical skills at Ibuildings

For many years Ibuildings has had a formalized way of reviewing people’s skill sets. This system enables tracking of skills and relative changes in those skills over the years, across the organization.

matthiasnoback

Matthias Noback

25 January 2017

Looking back at DPC16
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Looking back at DPC16

At Ibuildings we had been anticipating DPC 2016 for quite some time. Our internal DPC crew rebooted in January, starting with an update of the website and a mailing to announce that the Call for Papers was open again.

matthiasnoback

Matthias Noback

4 July 2016

Co-development teams
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Co-development teams

Often a team consists entirely of developers from Ibuildings, but we also work in co-development teams where, in addition to developers from Ibuildings, the client’s own developers also work on the project.

Milan Verzijlbergh

13 January 2014