s a web development company, one of our challenges is explaining to prospective customers what it is we do. It’s challenging because even though we live in a high-tech world, most people still don’t understand the powerful technology behind the applications they interact with daily. They hear “web”, they think “websites.” What we do is much more complex than that.
There are a lot of major responsibilities involved in running a company. For our small business, there are often more responsibilities than there are people. While we do not pretend to have all the answers, we have learned a lot about what to do to help your team stay productive and engaged while juggling lots of responsibilities. Here are a few tips.
You might ask the question 'Why do you have more than one coffee maker?' The answer is simple. Not all of us drink caffeine, but we all love coffee.
Justin Johnson: I’ve worked as a physical therapist for over a decade. Over that period, I’ve noticed technology increasingly facilitates my daily patient interactions. I turn to apps to look up medications, rare diseases, and durable medical equipment for patients. I’ve used just about every Electronic Medical Record (EMR) out there.
Here at Radial, we have developed several communication strategies to ensure that our clients’ products ship on time and meet their business needs. We are sharing them so you can learn how we communicate.
It’s easy for an open office space to develop a negative atmosphere. One employee starts complaining about a particular piece of tech or a legacy codebase, and everyone in earshot piles on. The result: A 15-minute whinge-fest (look it up) with no clear gains and some definite downsides.
It’s not news that women in tech often suffer from a lack of confidence. It’s also no surprise that a lack of confidence translates into worse outcomes for women. This could range from lower pay to fewer promotions.
Here at Radial, we work hard to maintain a strong company culture, focused on our core values. Culture is so important to us that we sometimes say we are a culture company, not a software company (more on that soon). We want everything that happens within our office to reflect our core values.