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The desktop is dead, he just doesn’t know it, yet

The desktop is dead, he just doesn’t know it, yet

ComScore has just released “The 2016 U.S. Mobile App Report,” and while there is a ton of good data in it, one thing was very interesting to me: People spend less time on desktops consuming digital media. Just to be clear...

Pokémon: Poliwag drives BYOD

Pokémon: Poliwag drives BYOD

You like Pokémon GO? You don’t have to. But you need to understand that the future of mobile is just getting started. While saying “no” was a valid answer for many years in IT, it is getting harder and...

Reimagining the workday

Reimagining the workday

You know that I am a big fan of work life integration and that you can’t be happy if you place life and work in direct conflict. For a long time, workplaces didn’t support this kind of work and life integration...

HR systems versus people

HR systems versus people

Most of us just want to work, right? And, yet we find ourselves in a constant loop doing the same basic things over and over in the same old system. I understand that the world of HR needs systems...

Healthy communications

Healthy communications

Just this morning, I had a chat in the office kitchen about transparency, and how wasteful it is to invest energy for maintaining two or more realities. That, among others, is the reason I am keeping things very transparent

Engaging your remote workforce

Engaging your remote workforce

We talk about the remote workforce as if these colleagues are any different than the ones sitting next to you in the office. As I was writing about this for TalentCulture, I realized that in order to truly achieve employee empowerment and engagement...

Transparency leads to productivity

Transparency leads to productivity

Recently I was featured with an article about The Power of Transparency talking about how transparency might feel really hard to start with, but over time...

100% Mobile, 94% Smart

100% Mobile, 94% Smart

Still unsure about BYOD? When discussing mobile strategies with prospects and customers, the argument I am still hearing, is that not everybody owns a smartphone and therefore you can’t run a BYOD strategy...

I have your back

I have your back

Recently, I was at the SaaStr Annual 2016, an event in San Francisco, dedicated to SaaS companies. One consistent topic I heard from successful companies is that you need a customer success function, so your clients get maximum value from your products. As I was listening...

Intimidation Game

Intimidation Game

This last weekend, I took Stefanie, our GM for North America and APAC, out for two rounds of golf at Torrey Pines Golf Course near La Jolla. She has been the most amazing supporter on our Sitrion journey....

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