Articles By Patricia Wallington

The ties that bind

The ties that bind

In every career there are both milestones and plateaus, which are alike in that they take effort and new skills...

May 19th, 2004 Patricia Wallington
Meet the new boss, not the same as the old boss

Meet the new boss, not the same as the old boss

Imagine that you have your IS organization under control. Priorities are in order, targets are being met and everything is...

January 21st, 2004 Patricia Wallington
About face!

About face!

Here's a scenario that might sound familiar. Times are difficult at your company. The turnaround plan you developed last year...

September 17th, 2003 Patricia Wallington
Honestly?!

Honestly?!

How did we ever get from George Washington's "I cannot tell a lie" to "I refuse to testify" -- the...

March 17th, 2003 Patricia Wallington
THE INS AND OUTS OF PERSONALITY

THE INS AND OUTS OF PERSONALITY

You've heard it said of people (maybe even of you), "What a great personality!" Other times, personality is cast in...

January 14th, 2003 Patricia Wallington
Leadership from below

Leadership from below

Some say that leadership always starts at the top. But does it end with the CEO? I don't think so....

October 14th, 2002 Patricia Wallington
Knowing when it

Knowing when it

"Parting is such sweet sorrow." Shakespeare had it right, and not just when it comes to love. That phrase can...

July 11th, 2002 Patricia Wallington
Knowing when it

Knowing when it

"Parting is such sweet sorrow." Shakespeare had it right, and not just when it comes to love. That phrase can...

July 11th, 2002 Patricia Wallington