Have you ever been blindsided by feedback, or thrown off course because no one gave you feedback you needed? Feedback is the ongoing formal and informal input you get from the sources all around you. includes
"And how do you make right decisions?" asked the reporter. The reply: "One word: experience." The reporter pressed on. "And how do you get experience?" he asked. To which the banker replied, "Two words:
Many meetings fail because they try to do too much. It's the "and" trap: Organizers say, "As long as we're holding the meeting, we might as well cover this and that and the other thing and something else."
An old cliché has it that there is no “I” in team. Like many well-worn phrases, that one holds a certain amount of truth—and not just in the literal spelling. In effect, a strong team emphasizes the group,
By Carlos Garcia-Pont Delegation can be a sticking point for many mangers. Unless you are at the top of the hierarchy, most managers find themselves caught in a conflicting position, wishing for more and
Welcome to the 172nd edition Android Apps Weekly! Also, Happy New Year! Here are the headlines from the last week: Square Enix has put a ton of its games on sale. This is great news because their games
Google had a big year. Many people may consider the Pixel phone and the company’s many hardware launches among the most standout moves that the Mountain View company made in 2016, and they would be right,