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Month: March 2015

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A big thank you to our valued customers who came out and enjoyed an incredible win on Friday night in Bandit-Land. The First Niagara Center was about as live as I’ve ever seen it and the game was a nail biter to the end. A few of our guests in the suite had never been to a professional lacrosse game before and really didn’t know what to expect. Needless to say, by the end of the game the Bandits announcer had everyone cheering right along with the crowd, my personal favorite being, “what does he got…NOTHING!!” After a hard fought game of back and forth scoring, the Bandits finished the game with 15 goals to the Toronto Rock’s 12. Just before the end of the game there was one hell of a brawl on the field which left us all wondering about what was in store for their game in Toronto the very next night.

Long story short, everyone had a great time and we thank the NLL for being so accommodating and the Buffalo Bandits for putting on such an amazing show. We look forward to watching the rest of the games from our regular season-ticket seats…Buffalo WHAT!?

 

 

 


Consistency and Adoption

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Variety is the spice of life, the only constant is change; we’ve heard this all countless times but in business what we probably hear most is, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” So what happens when something breaks or better yet, becomes outdated? Usually, it gets fixed or replaced with something new but what about all the other units that aren’t broken, do you “fix” or replace them as well? You should and here is the reason why: Consistency across an organization breeds adoption. This holds true at all organizations and relates to everything from policy change to new technology. “People fear what they don’t understand, hate what they can’t conquer, I guess it’s just the fury of man”—Nasir Jones. Nas hit the nail on the head; people fear the unknown, we crave consistency and in order to adopt something new we need to be able to relate to a familiar experience.
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