2-Minute Training on Busting A Myth About Change

2-Minute Training on Busting A Myth About Change

Today’s training is busting a myth about change. If you want to make change at your organization, you might hear something like this, “Yeah, but people hate change.” I’m here to dispense with this common idea that people don’t like change, because if you think about it for a minute, we all make major changes in our lives willingly and of our own accord. For example, we might move from one house to another or from one city to another, we might have a baby, which is an incredibly major change to our lives. We might decide to get more fit, which takes a huge amount of work. We might start a new job, which is a huge change. We do these things of our own accord and willingly. So if we hated change, why would people do these things?

Employee Spotlight: Kim Snyder

Employee Spotlight: Kim Snyder

What do you do at our company?

I am VP of Data Strategy, and my focus is on data strategy for RoundTable and for our clients. We have adopted quite a data culture over the past few years. I regularly bring data visualizations into our all-staff meetings, and I love hearing others ask questions that I would not have thought of when they examine the data.

A Cybersecurity Cautionary Tale

A Cybersecurity Cautionary Tale

Think a breach couldn’t happen to your organization? Think again!

Just prior to activating their Defendify platform, a 150-person company experienced a type of attack known as Business Email Compromise. A criminal hacker infiltrated their finance manager’s email account and sent well-crafted fake invoices to their customers.

Happy 2019 – “Because of you…”

Happy 2019 – “Because of you…”

Dear Friend of RoundTable,

I wanted to take a moment to share our appreciation for you and recognize how you have impacted us on our journey together - both as an organization and as individuals. You may be a new, long-term, past, or future client, vendor, partner, friend, family member (Hi, Mom & Dad!), or someone we’re just getting to know.