Dog-eat-dog, top-dog, survival of the fittest? Why is everyone trying to climb to the top of the pile by any means necessary? It's killing your business - stop it!
If there’s one thing that frustrates me every time I see or talk to a new agency or startup, it’s their complete clueless attitude to their corporate network. It’s like they’re blinkered because they’ve been brought up in a world post-Internet where things are just supposed to be “plug and play”.
Working in the Ops side of things there are a plethora of things to think about that are glaringly obvious but yet they seem to be overlooked by many. Let this old dog share his five-a-day routine before we get to the meat and Yorkshire's...
here's this thing that I sometimes find I suffer from when I'm around very clever dogs who can run through hoops and jump obstacles with a single bound - it's called Impostor Syndrome and it's painfully frustrating.
You've all experienced it, the skeleton in the closet - that project that haunts you (as a client or as an agency working for a client). That project that tries to creep out of the cupboard when you're at your lowest point and take away all your enthusiasm. The IT Support Pug unpacks why we need to destroy the skeleton before it destroys us...
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The IT Pug (@pugsupport) starts his series of thoughts, delivered each Wednesday on the Tohu Muna blog. This week he dives into Project Management
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