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The LIMS Sunk Cost Fallacy is the misconception that, because you already invested a lot, that you should invest yet more. It’s the gambler’s mindset.
A LIMS and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have similar issues in their implementation. It comes down to the issues we have with implementing any software.
What do you do if you’re suddenly faced at a lack of LIMS resources? Is there a way to have a LIMS resource plan B that works for you?
How do you compete for LIMS staff? Small companies and projects, especially, find themselves looking for ways to attract people away from the larger ones.
During an exercise to determine my own leadership style, I came up with a list of these leadership tips that I might as well share. You can apply them to a variety of situations.
Numbers are liars. Many of you have heard me say this or read my posts on why numbers mislead us. Lately, I have yet more reasons to remind everyone.
Plug and play LIMS – did it become a reality? Even though more things can connect to more other things, plug-and-play still isn’t reality.
The LIMS industry economy is the topic of many a discussion, lately. Various people have different projections on where we’re headed for the rest of 2020.
IT folks read sports poems. It’s just what it sounds like. Read more to learn the details of this effort. You might even be interested in participating.