I firmly believe that the reason that any firm has a CIO is so that they have someone who can drive the company’s IT department to provide services and support that will enable the rest of the business to grow faster. It really is that simple – if you can […]
Dr. Jim Anderson has just announced that he has expanded the number of speeches that are available for him to deliver to university and college audiences.
Dr. Jim Anderson presents an 8-part video series on the steps that a negotiation process goes though. During this training session, Dr. Anderson shares 15 different tips and techniques that can be used by a negotiator in order to move the discussion along towards a successful deal.
Everyone needs goals. As an IT Leader, it’s going to be your responsibility to help your team set both team and individual goals. Although at first this sounds pretty straightforward, in practice it often turns out to be a bit tricky. The most important question that you’re going to have […]
So you’ve been picked to give a presentation at the next team/department/company gathering. You sit down with a blank computer screen, bring up PowerPoint and as you stare at that blank slide you can almost see your career going into a tailspin and hurtling towards a flaming crash. Great, now […]
Dr. Jim Anderson provides an introduction to his popular “15 Rules For Becoming A Super Negotiator” seminar.
Dr. Jim Anderson presented the keynote address at the first annual Cloud Architecture Symposium that is was put on by Software Architecture Symposiums International. The conference was held on Friday, May 18th, 2012. Dr. Anderson’s cloud computing presentation was titled “How To Change The World In 1,825 Days”.
So there you are product manager, sitting on the top of the world in charge of the #1 selling brand of coffee and you’re pulling in something like $4 a cup. Then all of a sudden: blam! The global economy falls off a cliff and suddenly there are a whole […]
On Sunday, June 3rd 2012, Dr. Jim Anderson will deliver the keynote speech at the 1st annual LogikLabs microcontroller conference.
As the captain of the Titanic, Edward John Smith, did a fairly good job of looking out for the parts of icebergs that were above water. What got him in the end is when the Titanic hit a part of an iceberg that he couldn’t see because it was below […]