Here’s the 4pm update on the three tickets for the Working in Collaborative Environments conference in Auckland next week. Congratulations to the three winners: – Paul T. – Tristan L. – Louise S. Looking forward to seeing you three there.
On October 4, I will be taking part in Stratiteq’s Social Collaboration Day in Malmö. In the video above I describe one of the presentations I will be giving. Learn more: Stratiteq Social Collaboration Day 2012
Today I had a hard day at the office – ahem – at Disneyland. Here’s my learnings about different user adoption strategies courtesy of the various rides and attractions: – the Tiki Tiki room – follow the leader. The leader shows what to do, and makes it easy […]
In about 24 hours I’ll be driving toward Christchurch Airport, to begin 40 hours of travel to get to Europe. Some of the engagements I’m heading up for have been in the works for 12 months or more, so it will be great to finally be there. My […]
Recent research by Pitney Bowes points to the problem of low integration between different marketing channels, and the consequential costs of this: “Pitney Bowes Software (PBS), a global leader in customer data, analytics and communication software and services reveals, through a study of large B2C organisations in UK, […]
In four weeks I’ll be in London to present a one-day master class on collaboration: “Many organisations are finding that gaining long-term measurable benefits from collaborative working is a significant challenge. Michael Sampson is a world leader in helping organisations to take advantage of collaboration, and in particular […]
I shake my head in disbelief at some of the things judges say … but this hit the mark: “Northland College (NZ) principal John Tapene has offered the following words from a judge who regularly deals with youth. “Always we hear the cry from teenagers ‘What can we […]
Reuters examines the possibilities of travel in a mobile device and integrated systems world: “Welcome to the airport terminal of the future. There are self-service bag drops but no check-in desks. Your passage is seamless, punctuated behind the scenes only by discrete Near Field Communication sensors. Occasionally you […]
Jon (5 years) is enjoying the water slide.
Family day out, including archery. This is my 7 year old daughter – Susanna.