While many large organisations have teams for technology architecture, Cyma understands that many New Zealand SMEs (small to medium enterprises), cannot afford such teams, but that doesn't mean technology architecture is something that should be overlooked….
Although coaching is rooted in sports, it is used in many other areas throughout the world. This blog provides insights on a Cyma company coaching partnership, both from a coach and coachee perspective. It outlines the approach and what can be gained through coaching, as well as sharing a personal coaching experience and why coaching is a worthwhile investment.
The Cyma Story at a glance. You can see the lessons we learnt and how we overcame.
If you’re going to be successful then, you need to be able to adapt which means being able to learn. This applies to Cyma as much as it would to any other start up, so what have we learnt in the six years we’ve been operating?
When we created Cyma we wanted to do something a little bit different to everyone else. We could see that there was an opportunity to try something new in a relatively homogenised and traditional IT services market.
This post will go on to describe three other essential concepts (Influencer, Assessment and Impact) as well as return to the Means concept to explore the idea of Directives. The previous diagram can be expanded to conclude these new concepts.