Josh's Monthly Memo - No. 1
Posted on March 22, 2013
This Month's Focus: All too often, when we are mapping out improvement, we place too much emphasis on “best” when “better” is often the only way to move from talk to action. When we repeatedly aim for bettering ourselves, and we integrate what we learn along the way, we not only create continuous improvement, but also elevate things beyond what we may have ever envisioned as “best.”
Monthly Perspective: “Many are stubborn in pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in pursuit of the goal.” - Nietzsche
I.T. Leadership Tip: Maintenance windows are a fact of life in IT. Some organizations “wing it.” Others script every detail. Which do you think gets better results?
An interesting statistic: After six years of independence, 100% of my consulting engagements come to me through people I’ve worked with before. It’s always an honor to work on a new project for an old client (or colleague) or to receive a referral from an existing relationship.
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