Sometimes you need an outside voice to drive home a point, set the stage for a conference, or help build knowledge and skills for an initiative. Choose the topic below on which we can help spark you or your organization.
Change is a strange thing. Sometimes organizations want it even when they say they do not. Sometimes organizations know they need it but don’t know how to make it stick. How do you manage change that will stick?
Successful organizations get a number of things right in the areas of business, people, and technology. But what really ignites an organization to success and how do you move your organization toward organizational ignition?
Have you ever been involved in a project that just didn’t go smoothly? Didn’t meet its deadlines? Ran over budget? Didn’t produce a product that worked? A combination of all of the above? Projects fail for many reasons; lack of stakeholder buy-in, poor planning, insufficient funding, lack of a proper charter to set expectations. So, what are the most commons reasons projects fail? Are there industry patterns that can be identified? What are some ways to avoid those failures or fix them once they occur?
How do you create a win-win culture where your employees perform at their utmost and stay loyal to you through thick and thin? How can your organization embark on careful workforce planning combined with career development to help your organization and your employees achieve your respective goals?
Managers vs. individual contributors. Republicans Vs. Democrats. Parents and children. Us vs. Them. People have different perspectives and opinions. Yet when a decision has to be made or work needs to be done, how can you have the difficult conversations necessary to make progress?
You decided you want to have someone take care of all your IT needs. The answer – hiring a Managed Service Provider (ISP). But you don’t know where to begin to locate and choose the best MSP for your organization.
You have chosen a Managed Service Provider (MSP). But that does not mean you don’t have to manage them so the Service Level Agreement (SLA) you signed is followed and continues to meet your changing needs.