I am much more of a fox than a hedgehog. Although, I don’t blog every day with my new professor job, it’s fair to say that I’m pretty prolific. On this site alone, you’ll find a boatload of posts on higher education, Big Data, technology, management, communications, platforms, analytics, and other topics. They generally fall into the following buckets: insights, provocations, musings, predictions, and rants. I prefer writing about big ideas than listicles and snackable content. Finally, I inject humor often into my posts and despise jargon.
It’s unlikely that the future of lending will resemble its past.
Students who can make sense out of Big Data stand to do very well.
IT need not be involved in each and every technology-related decision.
Think that only human beings generate a boatload of data? Think again.
Thoughts on first-mover advantage.
News on my next adventure.
Seven years after the term entered the business vernacular, many organizations are still struggling.
Platforms matter more than ever, and that isn’t changing anytime soon.
Just because you’re looking at numbers doesn’t mean that they are the right numbers.
If they’re so important, then why do they usually suck?
Make no mistake. It’s a very big deal.
Lessons from my year as a scribe at an über-popular site.
Poor or nonexistent search functionality has never helped any site gain traction.
It’s only a matter of when your organization faces this dilemma.
It’s critical to think about different personas when solving dataviz dilemmas.
A look at Dan Lyons’ controversial new book.