Friday, December 5, 2014
I was recently asked the question:
"Why is it that new system initiatives using technology that works well, often fail to be adopted?"
Anyone with any level of experience in systems and technology deployments has also most likely experienced some level of failure when deploying a new system. Far too often, however, that failure was not driven by the choice of the technology or the underlying...
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Much like Peter Pan, I will never age. This is just a fact. But for the rest of you poor saps, you may as well pick out your future persona now. Are you gonna be a Blanche, a Rose, a Dorothy or a Sophia? The sun is quickly setting on those Golden years.
(The only correct response, by the way, is Sophia.)
And while some of us may not be there yet, many of our parents are. With people living longer...
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
By the time you read this, all of the midterm elections will have been decided and the playing field will be set for the 114th Congress. When members return in January, the GOP will be in firm control of both the House and Senate. Last month I looked back at some of the key factors that contributed to the Republican victory. Now it’s time to look forward to what the new management in Congress...
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
As I sit here at my desk eating a doughnut and stretching my stomach for the impending Thanksgiving feast, I know I have a lot to be thankful for.
1. Dancing With The Stars. Aside from host Tom Bergeron being an absolute delight, I am currently obsessed with dancing partners Val Chmerkovskiy and Janel Parrish—or, as we in the seedy underbelly of competitive ballroom like to call them, Janelskiy....