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By Tom Raftery on May 25, 2010
I was asked on Twitter recently where to find a list of links to tech companies’ CSR reports.
I didn’t know where to find one, so I built one and as well as just the links, I also added in a few extra observations I noted about the reports.
By Bob Warfield on May 25, 2010
“For over a thousand years Roman conquerors returning from the wars enjoyed the honor of triumph, a tumultuous parade. In the procession came trumpeteers, musicians and strange animals from conquered territories, together with carts laden with treasure and captured armaments. The conquerors rode in a triumphal chariot, the dazed prisoners walking in chains before him. […]
By Jeff Nolan on May 25, 2010
Like a lot of people I paid attention when Microsoft updated Hotmail and declared war on Gmail. That’s a bold move and to pull it off they must be confident that the features they are delivering really are transformative… but having done it with Bing (love it, don’t use Google much at all anymore) I […]
By Jason Busch on May 25, 2010
It makes perfect sense for IBM to pick up Sterling Commerce from AT&T. After all, I’d sooner trust an aspiring software giant that already has deep SI and BPO practice understanding of functional integration between partners to do more with the Sterling asset than AT&T, which can’t even seem to get wireless 3G voice signals […]
By R "Ray" Wang on May 25, 2010
Today’s Evaluation Frameworks Miss The Point Business leaders seek clarity in understanding which technology solutions drive the most business value. Today’s frameworks often focus on a combination of: Features – ability to execute, current offering, product depth, etc Direction – vision, strategy, corporate leadership, etc. Unfortunately, the intersection of features and direction only addresses potential. […]
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By Sandy Kemsley on May 25, 2010
Here’s my slides from the webinar last week on team dynamics in BPM projects. You can find the full webinar replay on the Active Endpoints site (they sponsored and participated in the webinar).
Team Dynamics in BPM Projects
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By Vinnie Mirchandani on May 25, 2010
Charlie Wood tweeted yesterday about ARPU. And I asked him why he was using a telecom industry term and he responded it also applies to his subscription service. Byron Deeter who has several SaaS investments in his VC firm, Bessemer uses metrics like CMMR to monitor his portfolio. When it comes to social CRM, Paul […]
By Sadagopan on May 25, 2010
Fellow Enterprise Irregular and a great friend Vinnie Mirchandani is coming out with a new book :The New Polymath – Profiles in Compound-Technology Innovations, due for release last week of June 2010. He shared an early review copy with me for my reading – what a pleasurable and stimulating read it turned out to be. […]