The Case for Onshore Technology Teams

ARTICLE - Brian Duperrouzel shares 5 characteristics of projects that should work exclusively with onshore teams. (03:00)

What it Means to be “in the People Business”

Nathan Hanks was reading an article about how to be a good fitness coach and he realized this guy was saying the same things that he had learned (sometimes the hard way) about being a good business consultant. (03:00)

Listen to the Still Small Voice

We are encouraged to achieve success as a team, and continually strive to learn more and build further collaboration amongst ourselves and our clients. Allison Esenkova shares an experience she had watching the Summer Olympics. (02:30)

3 Tips to get the Blockchain Ball Rolling

How do you navigate around the hype and actually get your business to take the first step? Read on for Brian Duperrouzel's 3 tips to get your business taking steps in the right direction. (03:30)

When Corporate Culture Undermines IT Success

The challenge is to drive strategy from the abstract to the everyday so that each of us takes personal accountability for executing on the strategy. Susan Paul explores how to overcome this challenge. (04:30)

How Customer Context and Smarter Algorithms will Power the Next Level of Experiences and Engagement

Join Jon and Julio as they discuss customer context and smarter algorithms and how they’re going to power the next level of customer experiences and engagements. (20:00)

What Chuck Yeager Taught Me About Disruption

While Russell Clarkson's experience was with small wins, each of these small wins helped to build a culture that continually scanned the horizons for ways to enhance the work that was done. (03:30)

Why you should take a Massive Open Online Course

In a world moving at an incredible rate of speed, how is it possible to keep up with what is current, new or changing? We turn to blogs, websites, podcasts, TED talks and mainstream print media, but it still seems we are only getting part of the story. Russell Clarkson turned to a MOOC. (04:00)

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