From Killer Infographics and GeekWire:
Today: The GeekWire Summit Startup technology news site GeekWire held its first birthday party on March 7 with the GeekWire Summit. Speakers included former Microsoft Chief Software Engineer and Cocomo co-founder Ray Ozzie, former Swype CEO Mike McSherry, Hulu CTO Richard Tom, T-Mobile CMO Cole Brodman, Rhapsody President Jon Irwin, venture capitalist/serial founder Oren Etzioni […]
This week I really got the chance to embrace that inner geek that’s just dying to break out of my pinstripe suit. On Tuesday I had the chance to visit the Microsoft Research TechFest 2012, and celebrate twenty years of Microsoft Research (Shout out to my host Juliane Carlson). Then on Wednesday I attended the […]
Bankers sometimes have a hard time understanding why their industry has satisfaction ratings right down there with utilities, cell carriers and bankrupt airlines. Maybe it’s because they sometimes have more in common with these business models than they would really care to admit. Companies and industries that score poorly in customer satisfaction tend to treat […]
A recent article in Fast Company magazine (As Smartphones Get Smarter, You May Get Healthier: How mHealth Can Bring Cheaper Health Care To All) described how the technology in today’s smartphones are and could be used in modern healthcare (ultrasounds on the screens, HD cameras for cancer screening, accelerometers to guide physical therapy, microphones as […]
I created this blog to explore the intersection of leadership, advice and technology to improve the lives of financial advisors and their clients. Leadership is a critical element for any organization, and there are many great sources to tap for inspiration and further exploration. But setting leadership aside for the moment, I have lately found […]
Digital analyst and author Brian Solis: “Engagement is not a campaign, it’s a continuum where technology is merely an enabler for a greater vision, mission, and purpose.” Amen! via Why User Experience Is Critical To Customer Relationships | Fast Company.
45% of tablets in the workplace are used for customer presentations and 1 in 3 consumers will be using a tablet by 2015.