I am much more of a fox than a hedgehog. No, I don’t blog every day, but it’s fair to say that I’m pretty prolific. On this site, you’ll find a boatload of posts on the future of work, higher education, technology, platforms, communication, collaboration, analytics, and other topics. They generally fall into the following buckets: insights, provocations, musings, predictions, and rants. I write more about big ideas than listicles and snackable content. I inject humor often into my posts and freakin’ despise jargon. Click here to see an interactive word cloud and treemap of my posts’ tags.
It’s not a TikTok video, but here’s a quick twerk-free video explaining my new book.
Here’s a sneak peak from book #12.
I’m only asking for an honest review and a little love on social media.
We’ll go old school today.
We never managed projects all that well when we worked in the same place at the same time. Remote and hybrid workplaces make things even more challenging. Fortunately, we can take steps to improve our batting averages.
Thoughts on platform perversion, The Church Lady, and doing the right thing, consequences be damned.
When egos, tech, and the desire for efficiency collide.
Project charters are meaningless unless people, you know, actually follow them. Sadly, this isn’t always the case.
A trip to the Genius Bar brought back some interesting memories.
In which I offer unsolicited advice to applicants trying to separate fact from fiction.
In my first post of the new year, I chime in with thoughts on how one can serve as a critical point of differentiation in the war for talent.
In which I drop a panoply of music references and liken the idea of returning to an office to a nearly obsolete product.
My attempt to succinctly sum up the massive changes that have taken place.
Stuck on a title, subtitle, and cover for your book? Let data show you the way. Oh, and I compare myself to Brad Pitt.
A cool visual arrived in my inbox this morning. I wasn’t displeased.
Employer flexibility is on the rise—and I don’t see that trend abating.