Recently the Channel Maven team attended a leadership workshop by Sal Silvester based on his book Ignite! The 4 Essential Rules for Emerging Leaders. The book is a leadership allegory of two emerging leaders learning to develop a successful leadership strategy.
Over the last 25 years of my careerfrom serving as a partner at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), to my time at Delta Air Lines, to my current role as president and CEO of Red HatI've been exposed to my fair share of leaders.
I hope you can help me with this question, and I apologise if it is not suitable for this forum, but I am trying to learn about negative and positive door switching. I'm really struggling to get my head around it (how it works, how its wired, why its used, how to test it etc!)
I've tried googling lots of different things to get help and understanding but I can't find anything!
"I am excited for this, the third Community Leadership Summit - the last two events have been a great success, and this year is sure to be the best event yet for bringing together community leaders to share best practice in a truly independent environment" - Jono Bacon, Ubuntu Community Manager and Founder of the Community Leadership Summit
Solution providers, for the most part, are really small-to-midsize business owners. As such, they are leaders, bosses and managers. And while they may be experts in myriad technologies, they also need to possess strong business and leadership skills.
Hi, i'm currently building a comparator circuit using a lm324n op amp.
The problem is, i get an output even when the voltage at the negative terminal is greater than at the positive terminal. I have 6.2v at the positive and 6.5v at the negative. I'm just wondering how accurate these op amps are, because i've simulated the circuit on multisim and it works fine.