One of the major systems that will stop you from losing money is your testing environment. The ability to properly test patches before they are put into production is a must.
Giving and receiving feedback, allows us to maintain our strengths while improving our weaknesses. There are two major types of feedback, constructive, and reinforcing. Constructive feedback is asking someone to change behavior, while reinforcing is acknowledging good behavior.
Feedback is a two way street if you are willing to hear your strengths reinforced, you should be able to handle what people think are your flaws.
One of the things that I often see in our industry is the culture of access control. Security measures are put into place, because you wish to restrict access to a certain thing. Systems like HRIS need such restrictions, as private information should not be publicly available to the company. However often systems that don't need security controls put into place end up having them.
Most people understand where they fall in the business, and the authority delegated to them.
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