This report from Gartner related to Microsoft is impressive, 45 offerings in the Magic quadrant.
Two in a box model is an Anglo Saxon model that works well with Anglo Saxon people. They understand the grey area and they handle the positive tensions in the right way. Depending of the situation and the need of the organization each part of the box makes decisions and the things run with “back … Read more
You go through a procurement process and you buy licenses for the whole corporation to enable it to use the services/products linked to it. After a while you figure out how much of these licenses you are using in reality: How many people is really using it? How many new joiners are accessing to it? … Read more
Quoting from Jeff Bezos: “The traditional kind of corporate meeting starts with a presentation. Somebody gets up in front of the room and presents with a PowerPoint presentation, some type of slide show. In our view you get very little information, you get bullet points. This is easy for the presenter, but difficult for the … Read more
Según Trip Advisor, he recorrido el 32% del mundo. Yo tengo la sensación de haber visto solo el 4% como mucho. Pero bueno, es una referencia, mala, pero una referencia. Hay todavía tantos sitios por visitar que no sé por donde empezar. En fin, continuemos disfrutando del viaje.
Daryl Morey joined the Rockets as General Manager in 2006 with the idea of launching data-driven decision-making on the team. This included the draft elections. In 2007 they already had their first model. His first choice was a 22-year-old boy who surpassed the rest in that model. A picture of this guy was found with … Read more
Listen your customers, they call it now Digital Transformation. The ability of an organization to discover, understand behavior patterns and then sell your products/services into that specific population is basically that. Tonnes of PowerPoint flood the web talking about this, but it takes time that organizations rationalize all the marketing stuff and really define a … Read more