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This article by Patti Johnson, Founder and CEO of PeopleResults, originally appeared on the Bluescape Technology Blog and we think our readers will find it informative. Technology transformations can miss the human element. It’s common to go from looking at exciting new features, creating an implementation plan, and, of course, managing costs—all important, but not enough. We must personalize the technology to realize the benefits.
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This article by Shawn Murphy originally appeared on the Bluescape Blog and we think our readers will find it useful. By now, we’ve all had time to process what we, as leaders, like and don’t like about managing remote teams. Despite personal preferences about remote work, adapting how you lead is crucial. Keep in mind that managers shape 70 % of employees’ experience of work. It’s not their colleagues, or company culture, or the CEO; it’s you.
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This Article by Josh Ulm, Vice President of UX Design at Bluescape, originally appeared on the Bluescape Software Blog and we think our readers will find it interesting. Remember your last brainstorming meeting? Everyone at HQ gathered in a conference room and your colleagues in London, Sydney, and Tokyo dialed in to participate, right? A lot of notes were scribbled on the conference room whiteboard. Someone wrote them down and promised to send them in an email to everyone, but he missed a couple of design sketches. When that meeting was over, the next group walked into the conference room and erased everything you wrote on the board so they could use it for their meeting. Rinse and repeat. Let’s face it: creative work is inherently quite messy. That’s what makes it creative.
This article original appeared on our technology partner, Bluescape's blog, and we thought our readers would enjoy.