Monthly Archives: July 2011

I have that liberated feeling again…

Systems, business processes, and software often get black marks on their names. There is a dominant view that implementing a system will create Dilbert-esqe flunkies that roll around, demotivated to do anything but the minimum required. After describing (albeit poorly) what I do for businesses to a few business owners, one mentioned “So you create […]


From the Silvertrek Systems home page: I believe in learning and the ability to learn. I do not seek knowledge, though some knowledge will be attained; rather, I seek learning for the thrill of learning. Knowledge that is attained must be coupled with humility, for knowledge without wisdom is empty, and wisdom is given, not […]