While normal folks are making new year resolutions, my company's fiscal year still has three months left in it. So today I looked at the official list of "things to do this year" that I'm supposed to accomplish at work. Gak! I've got a year of work to do in three months...
From what I can tell, the problem is that I've been busy getting plenty of important things done, but at the cost of not working on anything really strategic. Virtually nothing I do during the day actually makes for progress against the official list. My this-year goals are all strategic; the contents of my day are all fiddly bits. I'll have to flip this around if I'm gonna make those strategic goals happen.
This is a common problem for sysadmins. Has anyone solved it yet?
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