Jumping on the data bandwagon (where ‘analytics’ seems to be the new ‘big’) Microsoft’s offering – MyAnalytics – was made available to me in my organisation this week (having previously been part of the ‘Delve’ branding). Here’s Microsoft’s own introduction: This data basically shows what you’ve been up to in Office365 – such as time… Continue reading MyAnalytics in Microsoft365: first impressions
I recently received my “10th #twitterversary” email from Twitter and it made me reflect on my use of the platform. I’ve never been a big tweeter, tending to use it share at events and also retweet/like things that I would later blog about from those same events. Otherwise my use has been fairly limited. Going… Continue reading 10 years of Twitter
On many metrics the UK has flat-lined since the 2008 financial crisis, with arguably worse to come. This week London and other cities have seen major protests from environmentalists. So, do we have to accept that with climate change and other socio-economic crisis there is simply no return to the optimism of the millennium? As… Continue reading Do we just have to accept there is no going back ‘to the good old days’?
Tidying some old emails I found a number from a few years ago where I always included the below link in my email signature: http://www.rypple.com/iangardner/pleasegivemeyourfeedback Rypple had the excellent idea of making continuous feedback easier and would quickly be bought up by SalesForce (at around the same time SAP bought SuccessFactors). It’s then interesting to… Continue reading 8bill for a survey tool? Really?
I think some posts on this topic have been lost on an old blog of mine so it can come in here as the second in this series… Do you hunch over a laptop? Do you constantly switch between apps, windows and tabs? Are you desk based but just have one monitor? If you answer… Continue reading The often ignored realities of talent management (#2): one real solution for (screen based) workplace productivity