Archive for July, 2016
ManagementSpeak: Sure we can work together. Translation: Let’s do it my way. We’re translating this one Scott Mayer’s way. Thanks, Scott!
It’s the ITIL change management vs organizational change management cage match. May the best methodologies … merge.
“It takes a pretty big ego to think the world will end in your lifetime.” – The estimable Randy Cassingham of This Is True fame.
Apologizing is hard. It means admitting you did something to apologize for. Now … multiply it by everyone who bought your company’s product.
“A poor man can’t afford a cheap shirt.” – Source unknown; thanks to Tony Ewell for sending this in.
In large organizations, what’s obviously needed isn’t necessarily what’s actually done. Here are eight reasons why.
ManagementSpeak: This is not a witch hunt. We just need transparent and open answers about exactly what happened here. Translation: This is a witch hunt — if we can’t find a scapegoat, we’ll end up taking the blame ourselves. Today’s contributor didn’t want to be on the wrong end of a witch hunt, so he […]
But in the wrong direction.