Archive of Tag 'strengths'

Unlike personality type indicators, our ‘strengths’ help us to choose meaningful and appropriately challenging work.

Trends in Technology: Rosetta Stone Required

Posted by Jeff Hayes on January 30, 2013 in Technology

When we hear the phrase Trends in Technology, some of us begin thinking about technologies that should be coming of age soon.  Some of us think “What now!?!” perhaps because technology inspires fear…

Trends depend upon strengths, experience and generation to which one belongs

American Story? Small Town Story?

Posted by Jeff Hayes on November 28, 2012 in Community

Does Bedford Falls really exist or was it just a figment of Frank Capra’s imagination for the perfect town in his film “It’s a Wonderful Life?” And are there other such idyllic…

Is there a 'real' Bedford Falls out there somewhere?

ROI of Culture on IT Alignment

Posted by Jeff Hayes on July 31, 2012 in Agile

What does culture — that quality in groups of people that govern what we believe and how we behave — have to do with “getting things done”? And by extension, what does…

How Does One Measure the ROI of Culture on IT Alignment?

Managers: The Strength Finder

Posted by Jeff Hayes on March 7, 2011 in Quality of Life

This is the third article in our series entitled Managers: The Good and the Bad. Fortunately, there are some very good managers in this world and one of them is the Strength Finder….

The strength finder is a reliable manager