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.
When I worked on a high ropes course in college, my job was straightforward, simple, and fun! I knew exactly what I needed to do to progress to the next level, I knew how to train up on team building activities, I attended technical trainings, workshops, and outdoor trips to learn skills and gain..
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..
You may be surprised to hear that authenticity is difficult to express for a large amount of the population. At Endsight, this attribute is part of our DNA. We don’t accept less of ourselves or the people in our lives. And this mindset allows us to fulfill the remaining core values of Endsight and..
Want more success as a leader in your organization? Set more specific intentions. Intentions are a fancy way to describe what is more commonly referred to as, to-do lists and tasks. Let’s start out with some science. Over the last few decades, NYU researcher Peter Gollwitzer has been one of the..
An extremely important instrument in WWII was the B17 Bomber. Unfortunately, there was an issue with them. The planes were “crashing”. Well, specifically, the landing gear was being retracted after landing, while the planes were on the ground. The propeller would hit the ground, destroying the..
Many business leaders are caught unaware when the need for new technology or processes catches up with their business growth. Managers might try to use ad hoc solutions or work around the situation until the tipping point occurs. When that time comes, there is a mad rush to implement new systems on..
These articles are written by the people of Endsight, a locally outsourced IT firm with offices in Berkeley, Napa, and St Helena, 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.
Endsight is a locally outsourced IT firm with offices in Berkeley, Napa, and St Helena, serving the Greater San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Services include IT strategy, management, and support for mission-driven organizations, from the small businesses to the large non-profit.