Development refers to the process of writing the software you need to keep things moving. Like the code that manages a business, or the infrastructure that keeps a nation rolling.
But it also refers to the process of growing, learning, and adapting with a changing market — both as a business and as a professional.
Excelling at either one of those is hard enough for most companies. But when you put both of them together, you can achieve some really significant results.
That’s what Michael Rappaport learned as he led his company through fifteen years of growth — despite a recession, some geographic challenges, and pressure from competitors who wanted to steal the talent that he spent so much effort developing.
It’s the story of Chariot Solutions, coming up next, on the Build.