Office-bound workers rely on their brains for much of the value they deliver. And unfortunately, we’re not very good at looking after our heads – neither at work or home.
It’s been said that employees are more engaged with a meeting when they are on video rather than as voice only. There’s a ring of truth to that assertion. But there’s a dangerous under current too.
John McGuigan presented in 2009 on the path to sustainable adoption for Salesforce. A decade later, his core argument is still completely current and up-to-date.
Clean up and sanitisation actions after an averted phishing scam. You’d better be doing something, and a warning email to staff alone is not good enough. Some ideas.
They were less than a quarter of a football field apart when the battle began. The soldier encroached on turf that wasn’t his, going at the other guy with all the weapons in his arsenal. His initial attack was like facing off a bullet train.
In mid-September I’ll be winging my way across to Sydney to attend and speak at the Step Two DEX 2019 conference, to talk about getting business value from Office 365.
Where there is space for discussion without a foregone conclusion, ideation without rigid boundaries, and exploration without the demand for alignment with the firm’s ossified methodology, people can flourish in their collaborations.
Words of tribute to the supporters of the suffering at the emergency department. Scenarios and situations where true love is tested.
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.