Lots of thinking about race this week -- but conceptually race may be an idea that is dated and holding us back from progress.
These products have something to teach us about life in the early days of the Internet of Things -- specifically how to use customer experience to get humans to engage, and how our things may become a panopticon of surveilliance.
I love connecting with business leaders who
use design, strategy and technology to earn a right to win with great
customers. I've met them hosting the Delight Conference in Oregon, key
noting for Econsultancy in London, teaching executive education at Rutgers and
Leading the digital strategy consulting practice for ISITE Design, allows me to learn from and advise an impressive group of business leaders as they ready their organizations to change and lead their industries.
- Rhode Island School of Design
- Boston University
- Shimer College
- Connective DXDigital Strategy Lead, 2011 - present
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In a world which demands 'more, done better, and faster,' simplicity has taken on the power of a moral imperative.
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Yesterday, the most anticipated tech IPO of the year established China's largest e-commerce company, Alibaba Holding group, as a Wall Street
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There is no prevailing belief system to guide sales leaders to greater success in the middle of the sales funnel -- the way that Inbound Mar
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