I received an interesting email this week from an individual representing another vendor also supporting my client. This email became a reminder of how valuable it is to keep your cool and, by all means, think before you type. The names are changed to protect my client (and Donald’s unfortunate employer):
Honestly, your response is a joke. Im on PTO and Thank you for pointing out the obvious. I could ask you to run a simple query in SAP to determine a handful of products that are negative but I guess that would be asking too much.
Kathryn- im sorry you have to deal with this. If you could let me know a couple neg products that would be helpful. Thank you!
Like many, I try to keep my Resume as fresh as possible. Even if you’re not actively job-hunting, updating your resume regularly will ensure that you’re capturing the more salient activities you’re performing and perhaps replacing those that are less important. But in the age of the cloud where LinkedIn reigns supreme, is it time to re-think the classic interpretation of the professional Resume?
I have continued to develop additional project profiles which expand upon some of my specific project experience noted in my Resume. The new entries are available through the Resume menu above, or by clicking on the links below:
I recently decided that my Resume is a bit one-dimensional. It focuses on my particular involvement in the project, but doesn’t acknowledge the overall scope and goals of that effort. I’ve decided to create Project Profiles to provide some of that context. So far, I have created two but when I’m done, there should be a total of five. Here are the ones I’ve completed: