Solve a real problem – digital trendspotting for the rest of us

How many new digital trends and tools have you heard about in recent years? QR codes. Virtual Reality. Google Glass. Geotagging. Alexa. OneNote. SnapChat. GoPro. Instagram. Twitter. Periscope. Home drones. Storyline. PhotoMyne. The mix of new innovations can be dizzying. So many possibilites bubble up in the cauldron of innovative possibilities…how are we to know which innovations to follow,Continue reading “Solve a real problem – digital trendspotting for the rest of us”

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The future of leadership

What are your predictions for the future of leadership? We have come a long way from the days of command and control leadership, where  giving orders was the standard way of relating to employees, and information was doled out only to those already in the know. Now, an endless flow of information and learning opportunities are available toContinue reading “The future of leadership”

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Periscope: A Must-Have for Any Travel Experience!

Periscope app lets you live-cast film yourself Check out this interesting blog post from global traveler, Chris Hickey, who talks about the value of the Periscope mobile app for live broadcasting yourself while traveling… Hickey says, As someone who recently studied abroad I tried to create the most interactive experience for my followers. Creating aContinue reading “Periscope: A Must-Have for Any Travel Experience!”

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Micro-moments: Putting content at key decision points

So many “micro-moments” in a day… I want-to-know moments, I want-to-go moments, I want-to-do moments, and I want-to-buy moments. These are the decision moments that consumers encounter throughout the day when they experience a want or perceive a need for themselves. Think with Google writer Sridhar Ramaswamy says, Today’s battle for hearts, minds, and dollars isContinue reading “Micro-moments: Putting content at key decision points”

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How to get an extra hour every day

What Would You Do with an Extra Hour Every Day? Someone recently told me that for every one email written, 1.75 emails are generated. That pretty much guarantees that no matter how much of an Inbox Ninja we try to be, we may never reach the coveted Inbox Zero for more than a millisecond atContinue reading “How to get an extra hour every day”

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