Communication

Communication

Communication is Key We have seen that a lack of sufficient effective communication can lead to unnecessary misunderstandings and escalations, especially between those operating in technical versus business delivery roles. Too much communication is often better than a lack in communication. Keep in mind that your viewpoint on a situation is entirely unique to you. …

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The Value in Not Responding

Have you ever put an enormous amount of effort into an event or relationship, only to have your efforts seemingly backfire? Reflect on when you responded promptly and should not have, what can you do in the future to allow time for urgent situations to self-resolve. We all perceive and view the world differently, learn to prioritize …

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Sometimes Less is More

Have you ever spent a great deal of time coming up with options and solutions for a client, only to frustrate and overwhelm them in the process? Most people desire a short list of recommendations Clients are looking to you to help make a decision Too many options can overwhelm and frustrate a client Be …

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The Law of Triviality

As the meeting started (late) we began to go over deep dive topics that were meant to bring attention to different positive and negative project trends within the group. Rarely would we get past the first couple of slides.  We would jump from one trivial topic to the next, ultimately the meetings were an ineffective …

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The Business of Business Partners

The day after I quit my job to start a business, my partner backed out on me to accept another offer at our current employer.  This difficult experience taught me a number of key lessons. Lessons Learned Don't partner with someone who can break your agreements with little to no consequence Sacrifice equally with those …

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