What if you’re business is in retail or manufacturing and many, if not most, of your fellow workers don’t have access to a computer screen all day? How do you tell them what the company is all about and ask for feedback?
With not a lot of information available yet, how do you go about forming a strategy around SharePoint 2016? Well, here are a few pointers coming from a Sitrion perspective.
Our company is taking a major next step and as part of that I had to make some significant adjustments to the organization. In my head I had this heroic blog post that would explain why this was such a hard decision and how I, as a CEO, would admit that it was all my fault, just to look really good as that leader who is sensitive to his own shortcomings without appearing weak.
In my own non-scientific-only-anecdotal-but-still-real-research from conversations with a diverse collection of current CEOs and C-suite leaders, the demand for HR to play at a higher, more strategic level has never been quite so strong. My big question is – are you ready?
We all have those “good corporate citizen” moments at work when you are asked to make a change in the way you do work… like one time where my employer adjusted T&E policy and required that I attach an email to every travel expense report
Sitrion is part of a super innovative network of companies. On the surface we're connected through our investors, but if you take a closer look you'll see we all have a deep level of respect for each other that helps us to maneuver from early stage startups to global players.
For years at Sitrion, we’ve prided ourselves on being agile. For social platform releases, we take customer priorities and feedback into account for the entire development cycle. We ask customers what they want at the start of a cycle, and we ship those things in that release.
Today marks a major milestone in our company’s development. As Stefanie shared with you, we said goodbye to the NewsGator brand and renamed the company Sitrion. Let me share some of the thinking about where we are taking the company and put the rebranding in context.