iTunesU Could Be So Much More (Part 1 of 2)

Truth be told, I never was a big fan of Apple products. Oh sure, through courtship and then marriage I inherited a Mac Classic II as well as a Power PC, but for whatever reason, I never found myself 100% enthralled with its UI, feel, etc. Maybe it was Clarisworks. Most likely it was the […]

Walking the Talk of Being an Open Leader With My Children

For a so-called knowledge worker like me, it doesn’t really matter what city I call home. If I’m employed by an organization helping to lead various change ideas and opportunities related to leadership, technology and learning, I should be a role model to others in the company as well as my children, my network, etc. […]

I’m Boycotting Mixtent, Here’s Why

If you’ve been here before, you’re somewhat aware that I believe in the spirit and execution of collective intelligence. Working together in a proactive manner to tackle objectives, goals and actions through transparent and social ways, cemented by collaboration and collaborative-based technologies is the ‘new black’. I am, however, somewhat disturbed by a recent find in the […]

Today, We Are All Japanese

Like you, I have followed with horror the events unfolding in Northern Japan, near the East Coast of Honshu, as a result of the 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. To the thousands of individuals affected, you have my deepest sympathies, my unwavering hopes for a full recovery, and my sincere support. (however small it may […]

Year Zero: The Future of Communication Skills in Corporations

Over the last 20-30 years, telecommunications providers have witnessed their revenue streams reshape in ways unthinkable in the 1980’s. Roughly 90% of the revenue pie used to come from local landlines and long-distance calling in their heyday, whereas nowadays you’d be hard-pressed to find any global telecommunications player with more than 30% of their revenue […]