Peripheral Vision

Once, back in my Navy days, I was the Chief Engineer on a cruiser.  This was a 24/7 job where it seemed that everything was a priority all of the time.  I was having a conversation with the commanding officer about setting priorities and he said, “When in doubt, shoot the wolf closest to the … Continue reading “Peripheral Vision”

Change Management

Let’s suppose someone walked into your office and said, β€œI just did some math and it looks like we need to make a change.” At that moment, you should realize that the easy part of Change Management has just been completed. Yes, I’m saying that β€œMath is the easy part.” Putting pen to paper and … Continue reading “Change Management”