T O R is about competing with teams from different (IT) companies. It is also about combining strength and endurance with communication and solidarity.
This year, we walked away with the blue ribbon. Congrats, troopers!
I believe everyone agrees with us when we say that weekend tastes like ice cream. So, we had some special guests this summer who have definitely made it clear that work can be fun and tasty! Our cats approve this theory.… Continue reading
Engaging your team doesn’t mean hiring cheerleaders for them – or satisfying whims, and it’s not just about having happy employees.
It comes down to much more: it’s a property – or perhaps, better yet a reflection of the quality of the relationship between an organization and its team members.… Continue reading
As a kid I had a dream. A dream that one day I’ll get some fancy superpowers and join Sailor Moon and her crew in their attempt to solve mysteries, fight supernatural forces, and become an international hero. As the years went by, I realized that superpowers are not so hard to drum up.… Continue reading
Being a manager doesn’t exempt you from making mistakes. On the contrary, with great power comes great responsibility, and with great responsibility comes great misunderstanding. Like I’ve said before, the idea of management relates to the science of execution when dealing with a business or a project assumed by a company.… Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but for me most of the old school visual presentations out there represent a huge pain in the rear. They’re stuffed with a lot of information nobody will ever remember – they’re the perfect portrayal of the expression: `awkward silence`.… Continue reading
Everybody wants to be the ruler of the couch, and everybody wants to be the ruler of the Internet. But you see, if you’re a business concern, making yourself visible to Google search can become troublesome and backbreaker – better make sure you’ll get yourself a cozy chair before taking the plunge – it’s gonna take some time.… Continue reading
A man must be big enough to admit his mistakes, smart enough to profit from them, and strong enough to correct them
John C. Maxwell
Leadership may be a process of social influence in which a person can inspire and guide another person or a group of people in order to achieve a common goal, but that doesn’t mean making mistakes is out of the question.… Continue reading