Kicking Butt vs. Counting Butts in Seats I’ve been around organizations that are dynamic, where risks are taken, new innovations fly, and the response is incredible. And I’ve been around organizations that used to be dynamic, where it seems people are remembering big risks, iteration has taken over, and the response is flat, predictable even.
The other day I was thinking about all of the people I know going through job changes, struggles, and frustrations. Work isn’t supposed to be fun all the time. In fact, the Bible promises that work will often suck. (Genesis 3:117-19)
A big term in college basketball this year was, “Are you the hunter or are you the hunted?” In other words: Are you the aggressor?
“This is a bad economy…” “Pretty cool, especially in this economy…” “You know, in this economy, every dollar counts.” I don’t know about you. But I hear bad news about this economy all the time. It’s at the point where it drives me nuts. You see, it’s one of those things that’s said on the news […]
You probably didn’t even notice. But you’ve benefited from this for years. The lowly API is driving tons of growth in businesses small and large, connecting systems and sharing information behind the scenes. What’s an API?