I began his professional career in the U.S. Army as a communications technician. In the initial invasion of Iraq I was able to reengineer military equipment to function beyond its capabilities and participate in the largest tactical military network in history. As time progressed, I was assigned greater responsibilities. I began functioning as a project manager impacting larger and larger organizations. From 2012-2013 I deployed to Afghanistan as a consultant where I applied agile principles enabling my client to function 18 months ahead of their projected glide path. Later I would work as an IT Program Manager for two years where I successfully managed 37 projects, across 11 countries, utilizing 23 teams. 96% of all employees I've managed have advanced in their professional careers. I've been described as a competent leader and passionate coach who believes in helping organizations and individuals become their best.
In this edition we discuss how Target’s minimum wage prices people out of a job or out of the hours they need to live comfortably. I also discuss how this is what minimum wage was designed to do and how Target is perpetuating a policy with a racist origin.
And, if I’m wrong, please let’s discuss in the comments!
In this edition we talk about how we can learn lessons from the technology of different ages. As we learn to see how others solved problems in their lives it can teach us to solve problems in our lives today.