School districts are continuing to use grant money for differing applications during the pandemic, including technology for remote learning and training for behavioral health specialists. This focus on school district mental health training is proving to provide a multitude of benefits. The Waynesboro Area School District (WASD) in Pennsylvania has received federal grant money to update technology […]
IT Service Management (ITSM) takes traditional IT management and delivers it as a service, streamlining processes and providing better management.
While many businesses save money on employee travel and office needs, their employees’ mental health has taken a hard hit during the pandemic. To make up for that, some business managers are offering ‘pandemic perks’ to show their workers they care. An Inc.com piece recently wrote that businesses are rethinking their benefits packages to provide […]
When an IT manager implements a new technology project, there are a few fantasies of user adoption that runs through his or her head. Sometimes we’re doing it on behalf of upper management. We never wanted to adopt this technology in the first place, and we believe that none of the end user employees in […]
Achieving employee buy-in is just one part of change management, but it’s by far the most complicated and the part we’ve heard most leaders struggle with. So we thought we’d come up with some change management tips which focus on getting employees to buy-in to new technology — or even just new directions in leadership. […]
Understanding how to be a leader at your company, org, or department is difficult enough without learning to adjust to this new Zoom call business world. Nonetheless, there are things you can do while on camera to effectively lead meetings that don’t directly translate if you’re confident in the physical meeting room. A session at […]
If you’re new to a management role in your IT department, eventually the time will come to evaluate those on your team. Here are some tips for how to properly set goals and measure them.
Humans have been using luggage to travel since commercial airlines became increasingly popular in the 1940s and 1950s. It wasn’t until 1970 that wheels were put onto luggage, and it wasn’t until the late 1980s that the retractable handle was added to resemble luggage that most everyone uses today. Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, author of What’s Your […]