It's a fact: Your organization’s culture can determine its success or failure. You can have the most beautiful products and amazing processes, but if your atmosphere is awful and IT employees cannot see the point in what they are doing, you will never get the best out of your company.Sharp people work best in an environment that is supportive and in which they find purpose. That’s why culture, while often seemingly intangible, needs to be an enormously important focal point for optimizing IT development team performance.
I started at Amdahl, an information technology company that specialized in IBM mainframe-compatible computer products. While I was there, the CEO left. The result was devastating. He’d focused on product research and development and having the sharpest possible sales organization. Customer Read More