Would you try a Cherimoya or stick with a Mango?

“Yuck” was all I heard when I said to a colleague the other day, “Let’s get some cherimoya*” as we were at Longos gettingĀ lunch.

She continued “I would rather get a mango.”

“So you’re not going to try anything new?” I asked.

“Oh dear, no, why? I enjoy mangoes.. though there may be times when . . . → Read More: Would you try a Cherimoya or stick with Mango?

Break up with your TV already

It almost always the same ..

Nights have gotten colder. Days definitely shorter. You’ve fallen in love with your TV since no one wants to go outside anyway. Well, you do, don’t you? There’s more people at the gym this time around. There’s more people at church this time around. There’s less shopping and more . . . → Read More: Break up with your TV already

5 Reasons for using the RACI (or RASCI) model as part of change management

Remember the RACI model? Used for organizational change management processes identifying roles and responsibilities of individuals especially when there’s a need for increased integration, collaboration, and general interaction amongst different departments. I like to go through this exercise now and then because of these five reasons:

1. Ease of use. It’s low tech and . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons for using the RACI (or RASCI) model as part of change management

Hesitant? You’re not alone!

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