I’ve written over and over in my columns for the past two years about how the struggling economy has affected all of our professional lives. With the layoffs that followed the tough economic times, many managers have been forced to do the same amount of work with fewer hands in the pot. With the budget slashes almost every company experienced since 2008, we’ve had to find creative ways to get a job done with fewer dollars.
Yet, we’ve managed. And many of us have come through even stronger as a result.