This podcast is dedicated to the good-intentioned, loud, arrogant, and at times just obnoxious manager that I used to be. It will be about a lot of hard lessons learned (and still being learned) in hopes that others can make it through with fewer scars, but just as many good times. Check out my LinkedIn for supporting articles and stuff. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordansilva/
Automate or Die - a chat with Craig Nelson, CEO of Opmantek
In this episode, we have our first guest! Craig Nelson, CEO of Opmantek joins us to talk about how a strong company culture allows them to be a leader in the Network Monitoring Software industry.Check them out at https://opmantek.com/ or contact the...
Season 2 - Welcome Back!
We are back for Season 2!It has been a crazy couple of months and we took some time off to learn and reflect, but we are back!We have a lot coming up this season, but to start us off:July 1st: we have our first guest! Craig Nelson, CEO of Opmantek; a...
Episode 7-8 - Employee Engagement
In this combo episode, we spend some time talking about employee engagement strategies, tools you can use to keep people connected, and then we dive into some of the common problems MSPs are facing during the Covid-19 Crisis.
Episode 6 - Remote Work
In Episode 6 we talk about some tips and tricks for keeping remote workers engaged and functional, some of the leadership challenges, and some responsibilities that maybe we aren't used to in our day to day in-person lives. Check out my LinkedIn for...
Episode 5 - Corona Virus Challenges
Hey All,In Episode 5 we talk about what it means to be a responsible and trusted partner during/after disasters/emergencies like a lot of the world is currently experiencing. It's very tempting to just get out there and sell as much as possible when the...
Episode 4 - Broken Windows
In episode 4, we discuss the Broken Windows Theory and how it relates to Managed Services. Check out my original article on this HERECheck out the Wiki HEREContest!!!!!To celebrate our 1000th download, I am going to give away one of my favorite books by...