My Gritty Team

I have a gritty team and I am proud of it! Recently Forbes highlighted “grit” as a key factor in success. The article states that, “According to psychologist Angela Duckworth, the secret to outstanding achievement isn’t talent. Instead, it’s a special blend of persistence and passion that she calls – grit.” I think this is Read the full article…

 
Digital Unrest – A Catalyst for Social Disruption

Could digital unrest be the catalyst causing increased social and political disruption? Everyone sees their world view through a lens of their own construction, and I am certainly guilty of the same. As the owner of a technology company, I often see how the digital revolution can act as a polarizing force within the companies Read the full article…

 
What You Can Feel But Cannot See

I knew it was out there! I could feel it, I just could not quite see it. What I could not see was the back-end of a semi-truck trailer. I was driving on the Alaska highway in near whiteout conditions, and its lights were frosted over and its trailer was grey – the camouflage was Read the full article…

 
Technology - The Leadership Conundrum

Is Top Management unknowingly sabotaging its organization’s competitive advantage? We generally think of the people who hold the top management positions in an organization as “the most experienced”; leaders that are qualified to make the tough decisions, set competitive strategies and chart the course for the future.  We make the assumption that they know what Read the full article…

 
Collaborating in the Virtual Workspace…

A face-to-face meeting is generally the most creative, collaborative and productive type of meeting that we can experience.  Having the ability to see someone’s expression, notice their body language, and hear the mildest voice inflection heightens the likelihood of participation, enthusiasm, and understanding.  A face-to-face meeting also offers easy access to collaboration mediums, whether it Read the full article…

 
Invent, Reevaluate and Engage

There is a common theme these days; one that I have heard from customers of all types.  It seems all organizations, from Fortune 100’s to local law firms, from Universities to remote public schools, are trying to “do more with less”.  Their objective is to accomplish the same amount of work, the same mission, and Read the full article…

 
The Last Days of the Technology Revolution (Conclusion)

The Technology-Biology Interface challenge which I have been writing about, until recently, has been primarily a technology challenge.  Quite simply, the technology and, therefore, the resulting products were not able to address the challenges of working in a group setting.  This, however, is changing rapidly leaving in its place the remaining obstacles, which are very Read the full article…

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