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John Friscia

John Friscia is the Editor of Computer Aid's Accelerating IT Success. He began working for Computer Aid, Inc. in 2013 and continues to provide graphic design support for AITS. He graduated summa cum laude from Shippensburg University with a B.A. in English.

October, 2017

  • 1 October

    Amazon Unveils Improved Alexa Home Hub and Mini Spot

    Even more new devices from Amazon? Of course. This video from Bloomberg places into context the purpose of these devices and how Amazon is trying to position itself relative to competition like Apple.

  • 1 October

    Why Most Leaders Are Not Qualified to Lead

    One of the greatest frustrations in business is having to work for someone who should not be leading anybody. This video explains how it happens and shares telltale signs for how you can avoid promoting such a person into a leader position.

  • 1 October

    The One Thing That Will Get You Hired by Daymond John

    Ultimately, there is one very simple yes-or-no question that Daymond John asks himself about a person during a round of hiring (or during a Shark Tank pitch). And it is likely something that most interviewers ask themselves, so you had better listen up.

  • 1 October

    Jim Collins: Turn Every “What” Question into a “Who” Question

    You are a leader with big things to consider. To better manage these considerations, best-selling author Jim Collins recommends in this quick video that you convert your “what” questions into “who” questions.

September, 2017

  • 29 September

    6 Project Management Myths to Easily Dispel

    Businesses are developing a stronger idea of what project managers mean to them all the time. But there are always pockets of ignorance somewhere, and we should do what we can to get rid of them. In a post for Project Management Tips, Vartika Kashyap dismisses six lingering myths pertaining to project management. Entering into Myth Project management is all about process: Once upon a time, maybe this one was true. But now, all competent …

  • 29 September

    4 Tips to Get the Organization Started with Analytics

    The more freedom you have, the harder it is to decide what to do. Analytics has so many applications now. Where do you start? In an article for InformationWeek, Lisa Morgan collects some tips from experts on practical ways to get started with analytics: Prove value, not concepts. Analytics should begin in the area where you can generate value the fastest. Get an executive sponsor. Expect to be surprised. Dawn of the Data Analytics is …

  • 29 September

    The awareness that we are all…

    The awareness that we are all human beings together has become lost in war and through politics. -Albert Schweitzer, French-German theologian, organist, writer, humanitarian, philosopher, and physician

  • 27 September

    It is a general popular error…

    It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the publick to be the most anxious for its welfare. -Edmund Burke, Irish statesman, author, and political theorist

  • 27 September

    5 Tips to Master Knowledge Transfer & Develop IT Skills You Don’t Have

    Very few IT departments are fully staffed with every skill they would like to have. Most organizations just choose to live with this problem, but there are more proactive strategies to consider. Chiefly, there is knowledge transfer, the non-boring cousin of knowledge management. Knowledge transfer involves IT managers working with vendors to understand new technologies and develop in-house competencies without hiring more people. In an article for Tech Pro Research, Mary Shacklett offers five tips …

  • 27 September

    Using the Hierarchy of Purpose to Prioritize Your Company’s Projects

    Every business makes an effort to track and prioritize projects, but too many of those efforts are hollow. For instance, implementing a project management tool to track projects and compare benefits will do no good if nobody can be convinced to use it. It requires a comprehensive and committed strategy to understand a business’s project portfolio and plan accordingly. In an article for Harvard Business Review, Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez introduces the “hierarchy of purpose” to achieve …