Everyone wants to grow and innovate like Amazon these days. From meager beginnings selling books online back in 1994, Amazon is currently the largest e-commerce retailer and cloud computing platform in the world, and now dominates even the giant Walmart.
More than half of salespeople miss their quotas. That’s a dangerous number in a field where your income and even your job security depend on meeting set targets. It’s no wonder that sales is considered one of the most stressful jobs. In fact...
Enterprises recognize that all of the new technologies they want to deploy – IoT, edge computing, serverless, containers, hybrid cloud, and AI – require a robust, flexible, secure, self-healing, software-driven network.
I was interviewing for a management role with four direct reports. While I love developing people, I think the rest of the job could be as fun as learning Mandarin (which is widely known as the hardest language to learn).
Change is a gradual process. As much as most organizations would like to see big results from a new program, initiative or benefit sooner rather than later, it could take some time to see the fruits of their labor. Long-term improvements in culture or employee morale may seem daunting, but the patient employer often is rewarded.