There is an opportunity for HR teams to place productivity-enhancing or stress-reducing playlists in Teams and Slack.
This may be apparent to larger companies and people used to web conferencing. The recent work from home situation is new for a large number of people. They may be using tools like Zoom for now but are also faced with a critical issue and that is erratic connectivity. If the internet connection is notContinue reading “Audio Dial-in To Your Web Meeting”
Patchy network situations means one would have to think about building redundancy in connectivity options for employees i.e. they have more than one connection to ensure continuous operations.
Writing on the wall yet? For those of us who love whiteboards and markers to build ideas, plans and to connect the dots with colleagues, it must be a significant change to be working from home. The absence of markers and the physical space of the meeting room makes for a distorting change in workflows.Continue reading “Digital Whiteboards”
The digital transformation of the home has taken an unexpected turn. Not smart speakers, gaming consoles and smart homes but people are also looking at new software, hardware for making the work from home environment more productive. As you and your family sign up for new services, don’t lose track of some key digital safetyContinue reading “Some Key Digital Safety Best Practices”
Work from home is the pressing need of the moment. For people who have been using desktop computers in their offices, this is a challenge that needs quick resolution.
I’ve never bought an Apple device for their design. Over the years, the reason to buy were many, but more often than not, a functional need was addressed. It could have been the stability of the operating system, longer lasting devices or excellent service, devices that allowed for backup and more. In those decisions, IContinue reading “ESG and Apple Design”
So what is a modern day hotel then? A place with unique characteristics of the city that only the ultra-rich can afford or a place that reflects the rich culture of the city and connects to the more modern ethos?
This post is about two lessons that I learnt fairly early in my career. They are part of the title. Two decades ago, a prospective client spoke rather condescendingly at my suggestion to evaluate digital tools in some processes that we were discussing at the time. The research, he said, hadn’t identified the areas weContinue reading “Move Fast. Fix Things”
A social media update announcing the coming retail apocalypse is now a routine occurrence. News articles about this issue are relatively common as well. The impression created is that new players hungrier for success are stomping all over brick and mortar. At the same, these new companies are not just online but are also openingContinue reading “Retail is here to stay. Experience Needs Imagination”