Now I’m back in the country after having had a wonderful week in the United States last week, my thoughts turn to getting ready for my European/UK tour in March. There are three confirmed events, and 5-6 others still under discussion. The basic approach at the moment is: […]
Collaboration Roadmap is almost here – there are only 7 days remaining in the countdown before I can start shipping orders around the world. I have just posted the team bundle and bulk order pricing for the book. For the team bundle, it’s “buy four copies, get the […]
Since finishing Collaboration Roadmap on Monday, I’ve been racing to catch up after being “head down” on the book for the past couple of months. I’ve finished two client projects this week, and have started into my communications backlog … but there is still a ways to go. […]
With all the noise about tablets recently – especially why the Amazon Fire is so important – I don’t recall seeing anything about the Cisco Cius. While the above video is fun – the cut-through is lacking.
After a midnight drive into the hospital with Katrina, Joshua Marc Sampson joined our family just after 1am on Monday August 8. Weighing in at 10 lb 7, he was a big baby, but as we've previously had two children weighing 11 lb 2, he's not the heaviest. […]
Recent research from Harris, commissioned by TeamViewer, found that Americans are using more devices each day than ever before, and this is leading to the need to access their data regardless of the device they’re using: “TeamViewer, one of the world’s most popular providers of remote control and […]
I headed for Wellington on Thursday morning, for 2 days of client work. After a breakfast catchup with my colleague Peter Crow, I was onsite just before 9am. I was there for 30 minutes, and then headed for the restroom. To dry my hands I used the paper […]
A client wanted to meet for a workshop – I live and work in Christchurch, they were up the top of the North Island. The question: where to meet? Yesterday, we met half way. I flew to Auckland Airport, and they drove from their offices to Auckland Airport. […]
Katherine shares some data on the impact of physical space for job satisfaction and collaboration. “These trends reflected the conclusions drawn by Professor Alex Haslam, from the School of Psychology at the University of Exeter, whose international studies linked poor use of office space with employee satisfaction and […]
A fascinating look at the iPad and its use around the world. Yes, it’s created by Apple, and yes, that means it is slanted in a particular way. But … it’s still fascinating. Last month I said it – it’s causing a re-evaluation in my world too.