IT professionals sometimes fall back on the belief that they’re uniquely dysfunctional as an excuse not to act. Under the influence of this attitude, your team clearly won’t be able to accomplish anything great.
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I have a dear friend, colleague and mentor who spent her whole life in the government and was sidelined for almost as many years. The “funny” thing is, she’s a genius. And whenever they had a problem, they’d come to her. “That’s alright,” she used to say, “I keep everything in Outlook.” And she wouldRead… Read more »