Sometimes making simple everyday decisions can bring about a small amount of stress that may accumulate over time. This author looks at this sort of stress in a humorous yet though-provoking way while also suggesting a solution. Read the rest of this entry »
There once was a time when no one could accuse a fitness facility’s management of too much smart talk. But times have changed for many clubs: Owners update their knowledge in seminars. Senior managers have university degrees. Staff needs certification. We want respect for our expertise from the business and medical communities. Sophistication abounds. Read the rest of this entry »
That wouldn’t surprise me — I tend to see a lot of Web sites., and I’ve come to the conclusion that the vast majority of organizations in Canada have not taken the time at a senior level to clearly identify or articulate the business strategy or objectives for use of the Internet, nor have they fully articulated the purpose and content of such a World Wide Web site.
There’s something wrong here. We seem to have forgotten about reality – I simply don’t think that there are so many millions of people in Western culture who are so starved for a life that they are willing to throw down everything to rush out to explore the latest greatest cybermall. I simply don’t think that on-line sales are going to explode like anyone suggests. Read the rest of this entry »
When preparing this column, I thought to myself, “I really should write an article that is more positive in outlook.”
After all, if you have a look at what I’ve written here in the last year, you might have noticed that I seem to spend a lot of time complaining about the approaches that companies take with respect to the Internet. Read the rest of this entry »