Technology is what drives the digital workplace and yet for many business executives, the IT department is being seen as less and less relevant. “On the whole, executives' current perceptions of IT performance are decidedly negative,” a McKinsey survey published in February 2015 states.
Employees are reaching a breaking point. They are exhausted and overwhelmed, alienated and disengaged. They are cynical and distrustful. “The elephant in offices all around the world is that people are running on empty,” Tony Schwartz wrote for The New York Times in March 2014.
The best way to measure complexity is to measure use. Given a choice, the harder something is to use the less people will use it. Recently, I watched a young sound engineer try to do something with a drum sampling program. He hadn't used it before. He blitzed around the screen, shrugging and ...
Imagine it's the early Twentieth Century and electricity is all the rage. Companies are hiring Chief Electricity Officers and the hottest topic for boards is how to develop an effective Electricity Transformation Strategy. “Everybody's going electrical,” John Lowe, the CEO says to his newly ...
Known to have a dark sense of humor...still believe in justice for all...think honesty IS the best ...
Metropolitan State University
Managed Design Usability, 2013
Technical Communications for Usability, Advanced Writing and Design for the Web, Project Management, Principles of Management, Managing for Diversity, Business Ethics, Editing, HTML5 and CSS3, Education Philosophy, Capstone, Writing Marketing Plans
Graduated May 6, 2013, Summa Cum Laude
Deanna K. Johnson
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