Re-thinking return-on-investment for Office 365, because “saving minutes” is a useless approach. An ebook I wrote for Silverside.
How do you learn to see what you can’t? Or to put it another way, how can you increase your ability to pay attention to and describe what presents itself before your eyes? It’s all there for the seeing, but if you lack the eyes to see, it might as well not be.
I didn’t practice a fundamental skill in a recent presentation. I should have done better. Reflections, and answering the question I didn’t answer on the day.
Presenting on ROI and Office 365 at the SharePoint and Office 365 User Group meeting in Christchurch; discussion questions and topics.
Step Two is hosting the digital employee experience (DEX) conference in September in Sydney. The wraps are coming off the agenda next week, but it’s not too early to book your flights.
One city in China has installed gutter level cameras in parking spaces for automatic vehicle identification and precise billing based on parking time.
Carole presented her research and conclusions on Facebook’s role in Brexit, such as how it undermined liberal democracy. Watch the video.
A tiny variation between two numbers compounded many times results in a huge variation between the two numbers when the compounding ends. Exploring this idea in the context of not-quite-true posts on Facebook.
Facebook says how you use its tools will lead to negative or positive outcomes. But I say that even the positive outcomes posited are flaky when shared updates aren’t true.
I will be presenting on ROI for Office 365 at the next meeting of the Christchurch Office 365 and SharePoint User Group. Date is Wednesday June 12; time is 8.30am to 10am.