Back when I was in school, I was taking mainly technical courses and I got to be pretty good at them. The routine was pretty much the same for each class: learn the formula, work some problems to practice using the formula, take a test and show that you know how to use the formula.
Dr. Jim Anderson has been selected to speak to the Verizon management training program as a part of their wrap-up ceremony. Dr. Anderson was originally brought in as part of the annual program’s kick-off activities and the customer was so impressed that they’ve asked him to come back and present the keynote as a part […]
If only there was some book, some DVD to watch, or some class that you could take that would provide you with access to all of the secrets of those master negotiators whom we are always reading about. You know the ones, they negotiate the billion dollar business deal, the hostage negotiations, they settle the […]
I’ve recently had to sit through so many bad presentations that I’m feeling an overwhelming need to try to make the world a better place for Powerpoint slides to live in.
The job of being a CIO is not well understood within many IT departments. Sure everyone knows that the CIO is in charge, but what does a CIO actually do?
IT managers know that sometimes employee motivation can be a lot like performing brain surgery & you’ve got to be careful or you’ll end up doing a lot of damage. If an IT manager can realize that their staff (indeed all humans) have four fundamental emotional drivers that need to be met, then they are […]
Dr. Jim Anderson served as the co-master-of-ceremonies for the 20th Annual Tampa Bay Transportation Supersession on September 24th, 2009, in Tampa Bay Florida. The Supersession banquet is an annual gathering of transportation and Civil engineers from the greater Tampa Bay area. This year’s event was the largest ever and was attended by over 400+ engineers […]