Science is hard work. However, science is arguably among the most critical pursuits of humanity — one might even be so bold as to claim that along with the arts, science represents the very manifestation of our humanity. The roots of scientific exploration and study lie not so much within the individual accomplishments of any … Continue reading Do Scientists really need their own social network?
Maintaining work-life balance is a frequent theme in the modern world that is a direct result of incredible advances in personal technology and mass adoption of those tools. High availability to corporate networks break down the formal walls that once separated work from home. However, as Paul Pluschkell writes at Wired, employees are spending plenty … Continue reading In the pursuit of effective real-time business communication, context is everything
The "Re-humanization of business" is something I think, speak and write about a lot. In a nutshell the concept is really simple — beginning around the middle of last century, business shifted from one human connecting with another to a faceless unfeeling corporate marketplace, and now that trend is reversing, requiring companies big and small … Continue reading Customers first? Employees first? Or both? The challenge of re-humanizing business in 2014