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Leadership, Productivity, and IT Support

Enabling your people to do their best work and carry forth your organizational mission through articles on leadership, productivity, and technology

Your business technology should enable you to do your best work. This is possible when your technology aligns with your organizational mission, business model, and workflows. Our aim is that your computer systems empower your people and organization. We believe that a great IT support experience goes deeper than best practices in technology. That is why we speak to leadership and employee productivity as well.

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What Is the Balance in Your Trust Account?

The following blog post is an internal blog post for employees at Endsight, posted sometime within the past several months. We are providing this for public consumption to benefit the business community and anyone who has a current or future relationship with Endsight.

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Endsight Is Back on the INC. 5000 List After a Four-Year Slump

Inc. Magazine has ranked Endsight a "5-Time Inc. 5000 Honoree" on its 26th annual list. With three-year revenue growth of 78%, Endsight is honored to be among America's 5000 fastest-growing private companies. "The Inc. 5000 is the most persuasive evidence I know that the American Dream is still..

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Why Task-Oriented Leaders Lose Talent

It's 2002. I’m 26 and fired-up. I have a brand new MBA diploma on the wall and have been promoted to my first management job leading a small consulting team. I’m ready to win. I have a sense of urgency, and I know exactly how to get results: I’m going to grind! I’m going to load everyone up with..

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Spotlight: Chief People Officer, John Grover, on Leadership and Corporate Culture

We are excited to highlight Endsight’s very own John Grover. He answers questions related to corporate culture, leadership, and vision for Endsight.

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Blameless Culture: Difficult but Possible

Imagine what it would feel like to have a perfectly blameless culture. Mistakes would be thought of as nothing more than opportunities to get better. Employees would be unconcerned with judgment and repercussion when they made mistakes and thus would expose errors more quickly. Managers would see..

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Shame as a Performance Management Tool

One of the most important leaders in Total Quality Management is a guy named Edward Deming. Deming has a robust academic background including a BS in Electrical Engineering, a Masters in both mathematics and physics, along with Ph.D. from Yale. He’s a smart dude, but he is most famous for his..

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These articles are written by the people of Endsight, a local managed IT services and technical support firm with offices in Berkeley and Napa, serving the Greater San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Articles should be read as expert knowledge from individual contributors and not as Endsight's official stance on included topics.

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