Latest from Lee Gardiner
The Tango Between Ops And Finance
Every year, like clockwork, the dreaded annual budgeting process comes around. For up to a 6 month period there are spreadsheets making their way around the organization, back and forth between different departments, countless inter and intra departmental meetings and negotiations, all to arrive at a set of numbers for the upcoming year that everyone is “happy” with...
“Everybody wants to rule the world”
In the 80's, you could hire a bunch of people, assign them tasks and they would follow orders. They wouldn't ask questions and some didn't really care why they were doing what they were doing. You could tell your employees to break rocks all day, everyday and they would do it.
The ghosts of calls gone by...
Now that there has been such a huge adoption of video conferencing products, I can’t see that we’ll ever go back to the ‘old telecon days’ anytime soon. So much like rotary dial telephones, in honor of what is to become a communication relic of the past, here are 4 types of teleconference personalities that are now somewhat gone - but definitely not forgotten.
To build, or not to build?
Technology is continually evolving, and what may have been a suitable solution for the organization 10 years or even 5 years ago, may not be the best solution for the current business environment, which in-turn means it’s definitely not a good solution for the future.
5 Signs Your Boss Doesn't Like You
You have been busy at work. You’re working long hours, doing your best to impress the boss. But it seems like no matter what you do, or how much effort you put into your job, more and more work keeps finding its way to you. Does you boss just not like you?