Our thought leadership in blogs and podcasts

  • Building long-term relationships with remote workers is tough, but vitally important. Because when people feel unappreciated they become less engaged. And people who are less engaged quickly become less productive.
  • Running an effective webmeeting - working the technology, keeping to the agenda and facilitating discussion - is a lot of trouble. So if you want the meeting to work, don't try to do it all yourself.
  • What's more important: that people are working on exactly what you want them working on at that exact moment, or that important tasks and outputs are done on time and team goals are met?
  • Presenting online is not like presenting face-to-face. And if there's one thing you need to do to make a virtual presentation work, its to create an outline - and then to use it.
  • BYOD - Bring Your Own Device – is the latest bone of contention between IT departments and the rest of us who just want to able to use the tools we like best and allow us to be most productive. So here are some of the issues that need to be addressed to have peace in the kingdom.
  • One of the biggest innovations to come out of the US Space program was the development of a way to manage information across teams that were scattered geographically as well as by discipline and function.