In our jobs, we do so much more than merely implement the LIMS. Non-LIMS training is just one option to help us keep up with what’s going on in the world.
For the year 2020, I already began to execute some plans to do a few different things, here at GeoMetrick Enterprises.
The top posts of 2019 are listed, here. This is an exercise in curiosity and also a small lesson in the power of numbers and how they can mislead us.
In the LIMS, ELN and LES industry, what is customer service versus customer success? For starters, it’s not the strategy of using “best practices” to fit a square peg in a round hole.
Some people just want a job. Others want a career. For those who want a career, they tend to want to work for a LIMS Leader rather than a LIMS Manager.
I skipped last week’s blog post to instead go on a beverage and science trip. And, yes, I did get to talk about LIMS (at least a little bit).
I used to occasionally get involved with being a reference for articles that I did not write, myself. In past years, I’d gotten more involved with writing articles for periodicals, myself, as well as this blog. I thought it would be interesting to get involved with other areas where I have relevant expertise. After all, many of these do relate to issues in our own industry.
This is the first post of the new GeoMetrick Enterprises “Out on a LIMS®” blog. If you’re seeing this post, you’re subscribed. You will probably see yet another post but, if you do, you do not need to do anything more to remain a subscriber to this blog. Unfortunately, sending two blog posts out, this…
I keep hearing complaints of projects who go sprint-after-sprint with their Agile project and can’t make progress. Regardless, the methodology, I’ve got three observations to pass along to readers. For the past few years, Agile seems to be the hot topic but it’s still no guarantee for project success. Read on for more thoughts.
Who owns us? Seriously, I ask you this question as some food for thought.