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Future of Work: Interview with Anthony Goldbloom, Founder and CEO of Kaggle.com

As someone whose career in the 21st Century has focused mainly on user contribution systems and user created content, I leverage several crowd-sourcing sites on the Web. One of my favorites is Kaggle.com, which according to its Australian CEO, Anthony...

Today’s thought: People are removing their sleep

  For years, we have approached any day in terms of 3 8 hour segments. Ideally: one of those segments would be spent sleeping (but that never happens, generally now with kids who have me sleeping in about dual 3 hour segments a night). a second...
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Marketing can’t control a patron (experience)

Think about dual tiny toddlers playing, and suppose giving them some toys. For instance let’s contend we give them a Thomas a Tank Engine. Even if we indoctrinate them how to play with a trains, kids will pattern their possess routines and...
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Future of Work: Interview with Hugh Dubberly: Founder of Dubberly Design and Service Design Thought Leader

  Awhile back, we was asked to arise a product plan for a association that manufactures electronic automobile charging stations. After my initial patron meeting, it was transparent that they unequivocally wanted me to arise a accumulation...
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Future of Work: Interview with Per Kris Halvorsen, Chief Innovation Officer at Intuit, Inc.

My former employer, Intuit, has always been considered a thought leader in the area of product innovation. Even with this reputation, however, the company realized in 2006 that it needed to become more nimble and innovative to compete. To accomplish...
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Thought of the Day: The modern assembly line: Starbucks!

With the service sector’s share making up 80% of the US economy. I have focused some of my recent interviews on service design and delivery. Namely, how companies plan and organize people to provide better services around its products for...

Mind the Gap

Once a month, I take a peak in my ‘to read’ folder in my Google Drive and catch up on some reading. One almost-forgotten article written by MarketingProfs.com highlighted some research showing big measurement gap between ‘what’s important...
Future of Work: Interview with Jim Spohrer: Director, Global University Progams at IBM

Future of Work: Interview with Jim Spohrer: Director, Global University Programs during IBM

Recorded on Jun 1st, 2012, and combined adult on Virgin America Flight 27 NYC to San Francisco on Jun 18, 2012 With a Service economy personification an ever-increasing purpose in both a veteran and personal lives, we wanted to concentration...
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Deloitte & Harris enlightenment survey: Execs and Employees not aligned on corp culture

From a Deloitte and Harris Survey usually announced commentary from a consult about association enlightenment called “Core Values and Beliefs” Key finding: Executives and employees have opposite indicate of perspective on either amicable...
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Future of Work: Interview with Gary Angel, Founder and CEO of Semphonic, Inc.

This week’s guest was Gary Angel, Founder and CEO of Semphonic, Inc., a personality in web dimensions and analytics. Gary and we initial met behind in 2005, when we was managing Intuit’s Online Community. At a time, we wanted to get over...