Have you given up on your New Year's Resolution already? Surprisingly (or maybe not), February is usually when people drop out of their "New Year, New Me" mantra. Reality sets in, the gym feels a million miles away at 5:00 am, maybe saving money is overrated. It's easy to talk yourself out of the whole thing.
Actively consider the context for your innovative idea.
Part One // How to instigate change even if you’re not the Boss
It doesn't matter if you are the Chief Executive of a Fortune 100 company or simply Chief Executive of You, there are four things each of us can do to enhance our image, our brand, our effectiveness as an executive. According to John Maxwell, the first phase of leadership is leading you. If we are not incorporating these four attributes into our daily lives, then we are not as effective as we could be.
“Technology is the biggest story in business today, plain and simple.”
Leading Digital, George Westerman, Didier Bonnet, Andrew McAfee
My last blog touched on discipline… this is the first variable in the formula “Discipline + Technology + Insight = Competitive Edge.”
Why do IT projects fail so often to meet our expectations, let alone exceed them? How many projects have you been involved with, IT or not, that did not achieve your intended target goals? Why is the popularity of IT in many organizations lower than that of congress?