When people define trust, they usually relate it to integrity. However, the more complete meaning of trust gets lost. (more…)
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One of the objectives in many endeavors, including personal friendships and business relationships, is to become a trusted adviser. Whether your company is a trusted advisor to your client, or you are a trusted advisor to another person, this is a powerful label. What does it really mean? Here is my version (derived from the words of David Maister) of the characteristics of a trusted advisor: (more…)
One of the great things about IBM is their culture of promoting both a management career path and a technical career path with a fair amount of parity. For me, this is a big reason why I enjoy working at IBM. I have always been a techie and a manager of techies. IBM values its technical employees because they are the backbone of their value proposition: broad and deep knowhow in information technology, systems development and operations.