Archive for: May, 2015

Changing the Status Quo

“That’s not how we do things around here.” So begins a recent article, Kill the Status Quo Police, (Thanks to @sapreston for sharing it on Twitter). The article is about how some organizations are so tied to how things were done in the past that they end up deterring innovation. The author points to…

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It’s a Dog’s Life: Mistaking motion for progress

Everything I know about business, I learned from my dog Star. Star hasn’t  made an appearance on this blog lately. I was attributing it to the dog days of summer but — now that September is half over — I have to reconsider. The real reason is laziness. Once you break a routine, it’s hard…

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Ditching Teamwork for a More Tribal Approach

With Labor Day behind us, I can’t help but think about how quickly rest of the year will go. For me, fall is a time to evaluate what’s working and what isn’t, and to adjust as needed to finish the year strong and start off next year on the right foot. Much of the work…

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Does Your Geek Talk to Your Client’s Geek?

I was disappointed to miss this year’s ILTA conference but was lucky enough to attend a post mortem at yesterday’s San Diego Women in eDiscovery meeting. There, Saeid Ahmadian of Luce Forward provided a summary of the programs he attended. One session focused on issues facing corporate IT. Their message: They have no one to talk to…

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