The disrespect shown employees with open workspaces is beyond belief. Study after study shows that people are less productive, less healthy, and less collaborative yet the siren song of saving money is apparently too irresistible for companies to care. Here’s yet another (great) article that talks about creative performance and well-being in crap workspaces. Considering how everyone […]
Take my personal information just stop showing me ads. Last week, many took offense to Tim Cook’s speak on data privacy (relative to Google and Facebook). Me? I’m just tired of seeing ads everywhere and will pay a premium to avoid them.
Jobs to be Done is a great framework for understanding the reason people “hire” your products. I’m using JTBD quite a lot to perform interviews & focus groups around the world for our indirect sales efforts. Here’s a list of great JTBD getting started resources.
Here’s advice for the ages: don’t turn your inefficiency into my bad experience. Minor in the scheme of things, but if a company (even Apple) sends me a package tracking number it should let me track the package now, not at some unknown time in the future.
A watershed moment for Mac in the enterprise, IBM is now letting any employee chose either a Mac or PC with now organizational bias. This is a big change — even though we’ve heard of enterprises supporting Macs for some time. How big a change? Read on.
Another lens through which to understand how most enterprise mobile initiatives fail. Is the mobile device the one with the limited experience that needs special thought, or is it the PC where the limits exist? It’s the PC, but read on to understand why it matters.