|05 May 2016||~3 minutes||Comments|
If you had the chance to read the first part of this blog, you saw that I am very grateful for the opportunities and experience I have gained working for some great Enterprises. Access to cool, game changing projects, emerging technology, great people and team members were the highlights. But, over time, I was losing that feeling of being challenged.
|19 Apr 2016||~5 minutes||Comments|
It is time for me to "scale-out"...but more on that later! Before I tell you all about my new adventure with Arctiq, I’d like to share with you where I have been and some valuable experiences that got me here.
|14 Apr 2016||~1 minutes||Comments|
Fear and anxiety; this is a major shift in focus from running a critical team in a large organization to getting back into the field, now as a startup.Excitement and joy; I'm getting back in front of customers and technology, something I missed dearly.
|10 Mar 2016||~2 minutes||Comments|
Unfortunately we often see corporations managing with fear and intimidation to manage their people and products, rather than nurturing relationships to foster growth.
|16 Feb 2016||~3 minutes||Comments|
I think I just sold myself out of a job. A good job...no, wait...a great job! But it’s with good reason. And with any luck, by the end of my rant, you might start thinking about working yourself out of a job too. My career in Information Technology began in the late-90’s in community college. The era of expensive build-your-own ‘clone’ PC’s, 14.4 baud modems, and this mesmerizing new thing called the Internet. Finally we were all connected! Being open, social, collaborative. Sharing ideas, learning as a community...by leaps and bounds. In the grand context of our time, it didn’t take the Internet long to become the backbone of the modern global economy, and in many parts of the world, the backbone to modern life.