Posts Tagged ‘Performance Management’

There is No Strategy if You Don't Manage Your Team

Icon Written by Alora on July 21, 2009 – 12:55 pm

I often find myself frustrated dealing with people who sell themselves as “high level strategists.” I am not talking about consultants who are hired to help hone and build out a strategic vision for an organization; nor am I talking about internal specialists who are dedicated to researching and advising on strategic direction. What I […]

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Where Are You Leading?

Icon Written by Alora on June 30, 2009 – 4:36 pm

I’ve had an interesting few weeks. My husband and I have been dealing with a lot of things at home, hence my absence from blogging for much of the past month, and I have started a new project with the New Media (a.k.a. “web”) team at KXAN-TV here in Austin. Between getting settled into the […]

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Managing the People or the Technology

Icon Written by Alora on October 15, 2008 – 8:21 pm

In the world of IT Management there are typically two types of leaders: “IT Professionals who Manage” or “Managers who work in IT.”  A nonsensical distinction to some, I’m sure, but in the IT world, it is always a big source of debate.  How often do organizations promote their rock star developer or engineer to […]

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