Tag Archives: innovation

Every Industry Needs Crowdsourcing!

We are starting to see many startups emerge with a crowdsourcing model. Think about the graphic below: These companies grew rapidly in their respective domains. They didn’t need much infrastructure to get going, because the key ingredient that they all needed to become global powerhouses was in place all along. What is that key ingredient? PEOPLE! People that […]

Standing Desks: The Niche Product That Should Be Every Manager’s Priority

Sitting is bad—and especially bad for managers. Recent research found that not moving around enough during the day can significantly increase your risk of cancer, diabetes, fatty liver syndrome, and cardiovascular disease.

Expectations for Social Media

I think it is fair to assume that peoples’ view on social media vary greatly in regards to what it is and it’s place in the world. Regardless of this variance in perception, I would say that most people whether they like social media or not would say that it is inherently the future, the […]

A Social Media Practicum

I was a little skeptical about the power of social media at the start. But after an experiment in the social media science lab, I’m a full convert. This stuff works.

Coding with a Purpose

Google. The giant. The company that is in almost everything. How could one blog post of 1,000 words possibly encompass the mammoth that has its hands in just about everything? Well, simply put: it cannot. And that’s why I am not attempting to tackle the behemoth that is YouTube or the controversial mandatory Google+ accounts, […]

Wait! Where did that feature go?

“OH NO! I can’t believe that Facebook changed again. I can’t find anything. I wish they would just stop doing that.” This phrase has been uttered so many times in so many different ways over the years, but Facebook continues to make the same mistakes. Or perhaps that is their winning formula? I don’t mean […]