How To Know If Your Project Is Broken And 3 Ways To Fix It

When faced with a workload, there are basically 3 ways to address it. You can slash tasks and agree to get less done. You can increase your capacity to do the tasks, which may mean hiring people and taking on overhead costs. You can automate and streamline processes to make work with existing resources get […]

It’s Not Your Fault, But It Is Your Responsibility

The skills that were taught in school are mostly irrelevant. Sure, there are basics like math and reading–but even now, the average reading level in the US is 8th grade. It’s not your fault, but it is your responsibility. It’s not fair, for sure. The sooner we accept and adjust, the sooner we can get […]

Is It Really Your Fault For What You Don’t Know?

It’s not your fault. Well, wait that’s not true. It wasn’t your fault at first, but it’s slowly becoming your fault. You weren’t given the right skill set in school. You didn’t learn how to use a spreadsheet or to balance an operating budget or how to negotiate the scope of a project. It’s not […]