If you’re destined to encounter a major traffic jam on your normal route to work, when would you want to know about it? After you are in the thick of it? Immediately before you get to it? Far enough in advance to take an alternate route?
Thousands of employees enter the workplace each day wondering what “traffic jams” they will face and how much frustration and lost productivity each will cause. In the past, the most a manager could do was hope for the best, try to plan for the worst and handsomely reward those best skilled at clearing the intersection.
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Julie Rasco is Director of Marketing for RMG Networks and has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and sales. Her passion is to be part of the future of marketing while contributing to the bottom line today. Connect with Julie on LinkedIn.
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