Things have come to a head at the office. Due to a number of security requirements and organizational changes, our company’s IT department has had to set things up in […]
It’s easy to get into a panic over problems that have simple solutions. When you face troubles, ask yourself…
Is it a strategy/campaign? Is it part of their numbers game? Are they timing the market? Are they just hoping for the one in a thousand windfall?
Have you ever noticed those people that just leave the shopping cart next to their cars instead of returning them to the “return stack?” What inconsiderate jerks, right?! Well, until recently, that was me.
The amount of direction you give depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Putting a box around the discussion allows for many thoughts and ideas to be explored. It also prevents the team from hopping down a rabbit trail.