ajdorf comprises of a mix of computer scientists, healthcare industry veterans, and digital marketing folks. We enjoy bringing the collective experience of our clients’ solutions to bear on the challenge a new client faces. We are keen to understand the new challenge, compare against reference solutions and architectures, tease out the common threads, and account for the specific idiosyncrasies and nuances. We are religious about baselining current processes, leveraging Agile methodologies, and communicating constantly.
echnology is not for the timid. When you engage Najdorf, you gain a powerful ally who knows how to hammer, shake, dismantle, and reassemble the following technologies to achieve your desired result:
e achieve our best results with clients by embracing Trusted Advisor’s Four Trust Principles.
- Focus on the other (client, customer, co-worker, boss, etc.) for the other’s sake, not just as a means to one’s own ends. We often hear “client-focused” or “customer-centric”, but these terms are all too frequently framed in terms of economic benefit to the person trying to be trusted. Viewed rightly, those benefits to us are welcome outcomes of a more primary focus on the other.
- Collaborative approach to relationships. Again, this is an often overused and misused term. True collaboration is a fundamental, default inclination to work together, creating both joint goals and joint approaches to getting there. True collaboration is a belief that working together will result in a better outcome.
- Medium to long-term relationship perspective, not a short-term transactional focus. Focusing on relationships nurtures and ultimately generates more transactions. The opposite is not true — in fact, a focus on transactions chokes off relationships. Ultimately, the most profitable relationships are those where multiple transactions are assumed, and the goal is building long-term success for everyone involved.
- Be transparent in all one’s dealings. Transparency simplifies and strengthens business relationships. It increases credibility and lowers self-orientation, by one’s willingness to keep no secrets.