Tag: Unique Observations

Data Isn’t Everything

Not everything that is important can be quantified and measured. But not everything can be identified based on the human instinct side either. A balance must be struck for the clearest vision and best guidance.

From Public to Proprietary

The ties that bind you when you are working within a Proprietary environment present challenges both to your organization and to your own career management strategy.

The FDA Has a Hiring Problem: Here is A Free Solution

Yes, pay is lower in government service than in the private sector. But pay is not the be-all, end-all. As someone with management experience in the Nonprofit Sector, I was also in a similar position where I could not compete for hires on pay alone; it forces you to get creative.

Who is Minding the Gaps?

Why are the benefits of good project management undervalued? Project Management suffers from a marketing problem. We should call Project Managers what they are: Bridge Builders.

Project Management and Legos

Emmet isn't an expert in anything. But he is a planner and coordinator; the submarine shows what happens when a project is poorly planned.

IT’s Role in Continuous Improvement for Healthcare

Implementing something like Continuous Improvement in the US Healthcare sector not only makes sense, it's the perfect realm for healthcare IT to really shine. What remains to be seen is which of the plethora of Healthcare IT vendors, if any, will identify and take advantage of this opportunity for future gains.

The Importance of Building Bridges

Bridges need to be built at the pain points between nonprofits, for-profits and governments. Bridge Builders need to better advocate for the importance of our skills, and work harder to bridge the walls that the tribes erect between them.