Is there a direct linkage between the level of quality delivered within an AV systems integration project and the level of personal and organizational pride in that accomplishment? And if so – which comes first? Is there a causal relationship? Before we start – we need to define both quality
In the face of increasing complexity, managing growth is a top priority for systems integrators The systems integration industry has become increasingly complex. Twenty years ago you didn’t have to focus on business processes in order to be successful, but you do today. “We have evolved beyond the days of
Work hard, play hard. Take time for your family. We invest in our employees on a personal level. We provide opportunities for them to grow, not just along a career path, but also in their personal lives. “These are the core values of Tempest Technologies,” according to CEO Debbie Williamson.
Positive reinforcement in the workplace is a good way to motivate your employees. But how should you balance this with negative reinforcement when it comes to creating deadlines and meeting goals. Navigate’s Brad Malone talks with us about creating a culture of responsibility within your business.
Navigate’s Brad Malone talks about the danger of a “Watermelon Culture”, where projects appear on-time and budget, but hide issues from the client. How to encourage transparency and hard truths within your projects.
Brad Malone from Navigate Management Consulting discusses creating company culture. Malone describes the decisions that need to be made at the top by leadership. How do you incorporate culture and values throughout an organization? What do you do when handling “special” employees?
How important to a company is a shared vision — one that resonates with every person in the organization and is felt by every client? Let’s find out by looking at the typical progression and growth of an audiovisual integration company. Many AV integration companies start small, with three to