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Shared Covid and Asynchronous Communication Jon M Quigley Communication If you are an engineer or computer science person, you may know about asynchronous communication from the technical perspective, but we provide brief definition below. Technical definition Asynchronous communication is the transmission of data, generally without the use of an external clock signal, where data can […]

Limits of Asynchronous Communication In an earlier blog post we wrote along with contributions to a magazine on asynchronous communication. Businesses are forced to make decisions, that they would rather not make, such is the time of Covid.  We cannot just go to the office and continue to work as we once did, perhaps short-term, […]

By Shawn P. Quigley Needs According to McClelland We have discussed several different motivational theories and today we will continue that discussion with McClelland’s Needs theory of motivation. The reason we are discussing McClelland’s theory now is that it provides some insight why an employee may become disenchanted with not improving a process that they […]