Failure Is Not the Opposite of Success, It’s Part of It.

June 1, 2016

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time,” said Thomas Edison. Just over a year ago, I wrote a post entitled,“Life Beyond an Epic Fail,” in which I talked about three leadership principles you can engage to overcome a failure, ensuring it […]

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Innovation – 24 Hours of Undiluted Autonomy 

May 18, 2016

We often find ourselves saying, “If only I had the time, I’d fix this!” Though we create work-arounds for those items, or find ways to cope, we rarely take the time to implement true solutions to drive long-term change. This isn’t always as simple as it seems, but it’s important for any successful team to […]

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The Valuation of Value

May 3, 2016

As a CIO, it is often that I have to present the value-add entities that our IT organization is providing to the overall company. I talk about things like the amount of continuous connectivity the network team provides to our employees, the efficiencies provided through our software releases and the unremitting support our helpdesk provides. […]

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Finally – Tomorrow is Here!

April 19, 2016

“An inch of movement will bring you closer to your goals than a mile of intention” ~ Dr. Steve Maraboli As many of you read this, you already have made intended plans to carry out in your tomorrow. You intend to wear certain clothes, or put some time in on that big project, or reach […]

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People in Glass Houses Need to Throw Stones

January 11, 2016

Most of us have heard the glass ceiling adage in which one can see the place they want to reach but is stuck at a certain level due to a “glass ceiling” impeding them. It is true that there are many glass ceilings, (often ending in the suffix ism), that can be imposed to limit our […]

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