All posts by Maggie Snow

Maggie Snow is a Project Manager with seven years of experience in the Financial Services sector. She specializes in new client implementations, process improvement projects and has extensive experience in secure and highly regulated environments. She is an expert at building and maintaining relationships with diverse stakeholders to ensure project success. She is fired up by coffee, cybersecurity, change management, improving the lives of others and is dedicated towards making society and the world better than we found it. A Michigander by birth and at heart, she currently lives in Kansas with her husband and their very precious dachshunds.

Music and Memory

I often use the "I've slept since then" response, but it's still embarrassing and annoying to be that reliant on notes. I've often vented in frustration "Why can't I remove these 80's song lyrics from my childhood and use the space for the stuff I need to remember now?!"

If You Build It…They Will Come?

"...hospitals should not use outdated facilities as an excuse for achievement of suboptimal satisfaction scores." - Dr. Zishan Siddiqui

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Willpower vs. Procrastination

Procaffeinating is a new word to enter in to my vocabulary, but I can tell you that it is a certified truth.  In my experience in Academia as a graduate student, in Museums and now in the Corporate World I have learned that one thing is constant across any workplace: Do Not Mess With The ...

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Armchair RCA: Nightmare in the Museum

A Root Cause Analysis of the problem is so important to prevent these issues from happening again. But unfortunately I've seen a lot of cultural paternalism and blame-the-curators going on in this case. Not only is this not helpful, it will not prevent the next Nightmare in the Museum.

An Objection to Objectives

Last week I was able to catch up on a webinar that I had been meaning to view for several months.  Ethan Edwards from Allen Interactions, Inc. presented a very interesting session for the Association for Training and Development (ATD) titled 10 Ways to Ruin your E-Learning: A How To Guide in Reverse.  The webinar was ...