Writer and Management Consultant with over 30 years of experience in the field of Information Resource Management (IRM). Author of many articles and books on IRM, Enterprise Engineering, Information Systems Engineering, Data Base Engineering, Project Management, and Methodologies.
How two neighboring Tampa Bay counties offer distinctly different approaches for processing accused criminals.
Are accidents truly accidental or a matter of “natural selection”?
Are Information Technology Workers Blue Collar? Interesting question. I was recently asked this by some executives who were concerned with improving the productivity of their I.T. departments. I asked...
My essay this week discusses the legal ramifications of employment.
Discusses the impact of company parties and how to behave in them.
Not long ago Budweiser put out a funny TV ad about their fictitious Bud Lite Institute who had invented the "Fake Cup of Coffee 3000" which a person could program to steam at any given time thereby gi...
I was surfing the television channels one night and happened upon a rerun of "Sex in the City." In this particular episode, Samantha and her boyfriend happened to be visiting a sex therapist and the c...
Coming from a male dominated family, I missed out on having a sister. I always found the discourse of men and women to be rather interesting. They are entirely different. Men like to get to the point ...
Describes the four basic types of personalities commonly found in the work place.
Here I describe how apathy affects us and how we are being conditioned to be so. Also, I have a Bonus section on "Today's Writing Habits."
Discusses the basic business skills needed to survive in offices.
This is one I think just about everyone will relate to. I sat down in a restaurant recently to enjoy my lunch. As I was about to lift the first forkful of my meal to my mouth, a blood curdling scream ...
Discusses how everybody has at least one Black Sheep in the family.
Discusses why it is necessary to create a professional attitude at work.
I recently drove from the South to the Midwest and back again. It has been quite a while since I've driven a long distance (about 1,000 miles each way) and it caused me to remember why I don't like to...