Mark Kiker always takes a subject and relates it to being a manager. In this article he tells us how remote learning, hybrid, and in person learning have blended into new and creative ways.
Mark Kiker gets us thinking about if we make enough money or not. And, if we don’t, are we happy where we are? Look at the positives. Think back to when you were most happy in your work (and it might be right now). Review the niceties that you have going for you at your work.
Mark Kiker lays out the groundwork for refilling your Tech Tank. This article is all about YOU, and what YOU can do for YOURSELF! Take Mark’s tips on staying up on trending innovative ideas to help fill your tech tank.
Mark Kiker shares his thoughts on keeping track of what you do and what you learn and what you achieve!
Mark Kiker explains how to stay connected now that we are in a new working environment. Phone calls, texting, group chats, and many other tools can be pressed into service now.
Lynn Allen shares some of her thoughts on DraftSight, and its possibility of replacing your beloved AutoCAD.
Mark Kiker with the final article in a series on how to develop a formal strategic plan. This installment: tech budgets and spending.
Mark Kiker continues the series on how to develop a formal, written Strategic Plan. In this article, he concludes the steps in the basic process.
Mark Kiker on why a formal, written Strategic Plan is a must, and how to get started.
Mark Kiker presents the third in a series of Laws of Tech Motion on smart ways to push technology advancement.
Mark Kiker presents the second in a series of Laws of Tech Motion on smart ways to push technology advancement.
Trade shows can be great places to meet new people and pick up some helpful tips, among other benefits. But, as Mark Kiker points out, there can also be some negatives. Learn what they are and how to deal.
Mark Kiker presents ways tech managers, and others, can interact at events, in the office, and more.
Mark Kiker concludes his three-part series what the items Tech Managers should Continue doing or improve upon.
Mark Kiker discusses the second part of his planning strategy, Start - Stop - Continue. This month, what tech managers should Stop doing.
Mark Kiker unpacks his approach to strategic planning through a process called Start - Stop - Continue. In this article, what tech managers should Start doing.