My three days in Norway are at an end. It’s been great to be here. This is my third time to Norway since March, and the previous two times have been flying visits – in and out of the country in under 24 hours each time. So it was neat this time to have a bit more time in the country. I especially enjoyed waking up on Monday morning to a white Oslo – it had snowed overnight for the “first major snow” of winter, which put to an end my plans for walking to the client’s site. With 15 kg of books, it seemed to hazardous!
I was here for two-days of client work, focused on user adoption strategies for new collaboration tools. It was a privilege to share my learning and experience, and to assist the client in both capability building and developing their user adoption approach.
Now it’s on to London for two days of meetings – around collaboration strategy and user adoption – with a variety of organizations in London and abroad. I’m hoping all goes smoothly at London Heathrow tonight – my last experience was less than favourable (two hours to clear immigration, which was longer than the flight from Denmark), but as I said, I’m hoping that’s relegated to history.
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