It is with heart-felt sadness that we bid a fond farewell to our colleague and friend, Jim Livingston who passed away suddenly last week. Jim was not only part of the TMG family for a number of years, but was also a father, brother, uncle and husband. Our deepest sympathies go out to Theresa, Matt and Aiden. Jim’s knowledge, warmth and sense of humor were gifts he shared with all of us. We miss you, Jim.
Here are a few of Jim’s contributions to this blog . . . . . . . .
When not focused on my work with The Mpower Group, I spend some of my time learning and playing the bagpipes. When I share this with people, they usually have many questions about the pipes. But, I think the similarities between playing the bagpipes and working with businesses are very interesting.
With annual IT spending topping two trillion dollars globally, it makes sense for organizations to assess whether they are receiving the value from these investments. Unfortunately, the answer often appears to be no. Why is this?
Congratulations to Louisville, this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Champion. Comparing Louisville, with last year’s champion, Kentucky, highlights how two very different organizational approaches can achieve the same result.
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