As an editor, writing tutor, and homeschool teacher of twenty years, I am frequently asked for advice about improving children’s writing skills. Most of the calls I receive are from [CLICK TO READ MORE]
In general, most people and organizations understand what a project manager’s role is. However the product manager’s role can vary wildly from one organization, from one industry, to the next. The role also varies by size of an organization.
JT shares his perspective, in a format suitable for use during casual discussion. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Even if it were possible to ‘fully’ copy someone else, it cannot be done competitively.
Sure, copying occurs, it’s why there are forms of trade protection. But even when copying is attempted, we can generally tell the generic from the original. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
This is a question you probably have asked yourself, at some point in your life. Odds are you have asked the question more than once. Once for each new job, each new profession, each new…
The question tends to be ‘professionally’ oriented when it is being asked. How long until you can consider yourself an experienced…whatever it is you are? [CLICK TO READ MORE]
In the past three years, I have spoken with a number of audiences. And I have found the experience to not only be rewarding but surprisingly enjoyable.
15 Lessons Learned, for you. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The quality you—elect—to provide your customer speaks to the nature of—relationship—you plan to have with that customer.
What businesses need to get back to is understanding that the quality of interaction forms the bedrock upon which future relationships are formed. Treat your customers as a commodity, they’ll treat you the same. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Now we know, that motorcyclists, like Leaders, are different people. Why is that? In short, what studies repeatedly show is, what we do more of, we get better at.
Motorcycling is healthy for you. Simply thinking about it stimulates your brain. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Your Sales team is where your company’s efforts meet the world. They’re where the rubber meets the road. Your organizations efforts can live, or die, based on the performance of your Sales team. The happier they are, the more positive they feel, the more confident they are in your offerings, the better they sell. And the better revenue flows.
But what if the apple cart gets upset?
This is a challenge currently facing a lot of companies, particularly in the B2B (business-to-business) space. As SaaS offerings become more common-place, traditional software sales models are being upset. [CLICK TO READ MORE]