Disasters can overtake a facility so rapidly that people don’t have time to close down operations. IT practitioners everywhere should look at what just happened at the U.S. capitol and consider how to update their own BC/DR plans.
Months of isolation and boredom are slowly poisoning us via our social media feeds. If we don’t take deliberate measures to reintegrate our scattered workforce, the return-to-work free-for-all is going to expose just how fractured and incompatible we’ve all become during the months of algorithm-dictated media consumption.
A good interview isn’t just a data exchange; one question prompts one answer. A good interview involves a spirited exchange of questions, clarifications, ideas, examples, and explanations. The best interviews are set up to achieve exactly that, using prompts, misdirections, reversals, and stimulating challenges. That’s how you find out who you’re really dealing with … on both sides of the table.