It’s New Years Eve, the last day of the year, and this is the last post of the year and of 31 straight days of posts. It’s possible that I’ve overwhelmed some people and that maybe I should apologize… nah! Happy New Year! When I mentioned in the first post of this December series that […]

I’m often talking about ways to be a good manager. Today I’m going to talk about 3 processes that not only show bad management, but probably shows that manager as not having any idea what they’re doing. A. Doing something just to be doing something IvanWalsh.com via Compfight I remember working for a chief financial […]

This is part 5 of the series Understanding the 21st Century Workforce. You can start with that one and read each one in order, jump around, or start with the previous post and go backwards. Official GDC via Compfight The last two articles will go in a much different style and direction and be easier. […]

I find it incredible that I’ve never written a post on creating action plans. It’s something I do all the time, something I got used to doing when I was a director in a hospital a long time ago. The need for action plans was twofold in my case. One, I had a lot of […]

Whether things are going well or going badly, sometimes we all end up in some kind of a rut. It’s easy to get into because it’s a lazy way of going about your days; it feels comfortable. If things are going well, who wants to mess with a good situation? When things are going badly, […]

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