A few thoughts on recurring patterns.
Tags: Enterprise Systems, Sponsored, System Failures, Training
A look at the costs and benefits of one of today’s most important trends.
Tags: BYOD, Google, Sponsored, The New Small, Training
My latest HuffPo piece is up. I talk to John Funge about television and disruption.
Tags: HuffPo, The Age of the Platform, Training
A reader of my first book asks me a question about how training should be structured.
Tags: ERP, SAP, Training
This week, I get a surprise visitor.
Tags: Attempted Humor, Rush, Training, Travails
Anyone can claim to be an expert on social CRM these days.
Tags: social CRM, Training
Social networking in the workplace is one hot topic these days. Read why.
Tags: Collaboration, e-mail, Facebook, Training, Twitter
Collaborative tools can improve project management. So why don’t they?
Tags: Collaboration, e-mail, Enterprise 2.0, Microsoft, Training
Rare is it that I encounter an organization that uses its systems wisely.
Tags: ERP, Training, Why New Systems Fail
Organizations need to identify essential employees via succession planning.
Tags: Recession, Training
There never are any guarantees when training is involved.
Tags: Data Issues, Enterprise Systems, ERP, Recession, Training
Training a class this week reminded me of the delicate nature of change.
Tags: Rush, Training, Vendors
Today, physical barriers to entry are still significant in the bricks and-mortar world. People are starting more virtual businesses than ever. — The Age of the Platform
Today, physical barriers to entry are still significant in the bricks and-mortar world. People are starting more virtual businesses than ever.
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