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My LinkedIn Network visualized in Gephi

Below is a graph of my LinkedIn network I made using Gephi.  You can see there are seven modularities in my network denoted by different colors.

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The Most Certified Director – with Brian Feeny

Flattered that Mirek Burnejko with IT Certification Master did an interview with me on my career.  Full article can be read here.  I don’t know if I am in fact the most certified director, but I have definitely done (and continue … Continue reading

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Forget “Experts”, I want Remarkable – Hiring For Change

There are as many different types of employees in the marketplace as there are ways to measure them.  Some companies will put them into piles of A Players, B Players, C Players.  There are the smart, the not so smart, … Continue reading

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Get out of your comfort zone and be “Authentic”

Today I read a very inspiring article, which I found in of all places, CNN.  Titled “Take a risk and put your true self out there” by Brené Brown. The article is something that hits very close to home for … Continue reading

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Why managers need to learn Data Analytics

Famed American academic Thomas Davenport brought data analytics to the forefront with his acclaimed article Competing on Analytics (Harvard Business Review, 2006).  Davenport spoke of how companies like Marriott, Capital One, Amazon and more had gained huge advantages over their competition … Continue reading

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