Facebook Polls are a Jackpot for Scammers

Those Get To Know Me Polls are not harmless fun...they are a jackpot for Social Engineers and Hackers. Here is how you can thwart their efforts.

Tips for Being Social When You Just Aren’t Feeling It

Not everyone is a social butterfly all of the time. Here are some tips for how to survive your next social event when you are feeling anything but social.

Diversification: Not Just For Your 401K

Being a Michigan Expat taught be a lot about finances and why they should come from multiple sources.

Why Organizations Fail to Change

Generations of Books, MBA's and Consultants have attempted to explain how changes fail within an organization. Here are some concrete signs that your change is destined for failure...and tips to prevent it.

The Project Managed Life and Blog

2018 marks my third year of blogging, and boy have I learned a lot in those three years. In the first year I learned that a 3 times per week publishing schedule is unrealistic for anyone who isn't a Mommy Blogger. In my second year I worked to be more concise. Trained as a Historian ...

Episode 6: Software Change Does Not Equal Culture Change

Performance or Operational issues within an organization can indicate a poor software platform...but they can also signal management or cultural issues at the organization.

Episode 5: What We Have is a Failure to Communicate

Communication is vital to any project, but especially to Software Conversion Projects. How can you keep the lines of communication open?

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