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The Communication Channels at Work

Recently a friend started a new job that didn’t have Slack used as a communication vehicle. The new employer was considering Teams, but most of the communication among employees was done through email or a live meeting. At Redgate, we … Continue reading

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Being Reasonable

The last two years have changed the way many of us work in technology. The pandemic allowed many of us to work remotely, a challenge that many companies are struggling with. Or perhaps, management is struggling with and employees appreciate. … Continue reading

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A Culture That Allows Mistakes

Building a culture that promotes teamwork, efficiency, retention, and other positive attributes can be challenging. While many organizations want accountability and responsibility, it is easy for managers to tip over into a blame-and-chastise pattern. When someone makes a mistake and … Continue reading

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Which Work Is Suited for In-Person?

In this article on flexible working plans, number four makes a good point. What work is suited for live, in-person interaction? Which aspects of your job benefit from seeing others face-to-face? Today I’m asking data professionals to think about it. … Continue reading

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