The New Year 2016 is upon us. Now may be the time to tally up 2015 results and make some new year resolutions.
The results don’t look very good! I neglected blogging for much of the year and published only two posts. This has to change in 2016. There is so much to write about: new stories, ideas, facts about how people work together, manage their work and their businesses as they try to deliver better products and services to their customers.
I also went through the blog archive and found several old posts that appear trivial and hardly useful to a visitor today. Some of them contained advice that I would not give today based on what I learned in the several years since. I deleted them! I also found several posts that touched upon important topics that were developed further since I wrote them. They deserve a proper follow-up and to be updated with the fresh facts and stories.
I also realized there is a scattering of comments and answers I posted on various media throughout the year. Somebody posted a question or a statement, I replied or commented, and somebody found that useful. Lessons from the past (LinkedIn Answers, StackOverflow and such) suggest that such content should eventually get a permanent home. And what better home for it than a personal blog.
Such are my blogging plans for the new year. Stay tuned!