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    Steps to Take After Every Meeting

    James Nagy - 2137 Article rating: No rating

    We all come out of meetings with the best of intentions.  We’ve addressed whatever it is that we needed to address while in the meeting, and we’ve come up with solutions or tasks for each issue on our meeting list.  It seems sorted out, we’re hitting the ground running, and then life gets in the way.  Other meetings on different tasks are taking up space in our brain, new obligations are yanking at our attention, and more pertinent information needs addressing in the meantime.  The important tasks that we had leaving that first meeting get pushed on the back burner and somehow they fizzle out all together.  So, how do we prevent this?  Well, there are some necessary steps to take during and after every meeting to ensure that that doesn’t happen.

    Working as a Consultant: Dealing with Company Bureaucracy

    James Nagy - 1674 Article rating: No rating

    As consultants dealing with different companies, there are always going to be a million hoops to jump through.  Each new client is a new company, new layout, new players, and a new set of rules.  Each business that hires you on is also going to have its own individual company bureaucracy.  So, how do you deal with company bureaucracy as a consultant?  Well, don’t fight the system on this one.

    Top Articles of 2015

    James Nagy - 2019 Article rating: No rating

    Now that we’ve passed the halfway point of the year, let’s take a look back and share with you your favorite articles we’ve written so far in the first half of 2015.

    Here are your top ten articles of 2015.

    User Experience That Customers Run From

    James Nagy - 1865 Article rating: 5.0

    Last week we started a series of articles about bad user experience: here; this week we are going to continue our tour into the land of unfortunate user experiences.  This week I want you to picture finding a great new app.  Picture downloading that app.  Picture launching that app on your phone for the first time. Now picture... what?  You don't know what to do next.  You've never used this app before and there is no first time running help that pops up to help guide you along the way.  You're not interested in taking the time to sit down and figure the whole thing out.  Now it's gone to the back burner and eventually, when you need more memory on your phone, you'll delete it and move on.

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