Our bios and blog sites
If you’ve visited the website of most companies, you’ll see that the leadership pages are generally populated with nice pictures of the executive team followed by something like this:
“Sally has been working in the something something industry for over 100 years. She does some really awesome stuff for her clients. Formerly, she was with Some Consulting Company were she did some other really awesome stuff. Isn’t she impressive? I mean really, wouldn’t you want her on your team?”
Since every other company out there has done them this way, there must be a reason. That’s why we’ve included a traditional version and a thoughtful version in each of our bios below. So, if you want to read the traditional version, you can, but you might also be interested in the thoughtful side…our interests, our skills, and our passions. We have also each included links to our blogs so that you can follow our thoughts on an ongoing basis.
Jim's bio: Jim Smelley Jim's blog: "Thoughts on: Technology. Mobility, Energy, Strategy."
Lisa's bio: Lisa Breytspraak Jasper Lisa's blog: "Thoughts on business, technology, and organizations that deliver the two."
Russ' bio: Russ Pearlman Russ' blog: "Digital Technology."
John's bio: John Justice John's blog: "Truth, Justice and a little random discussion."
Dan's bio: Dan Weaver Dan's blog: "Digital Soup for the Electronic Soul."
Christy's bio: Christy Pennick
- ITs "Stand" on Consumer Technology
- The mystery Shim
- Cultural Implications of Ongoing Feedback
- I can palm an HP
- iPads in the wild
- Below the surface: Technology Plumbing
- Are we expecting too much out of CIO's
- Promotion is selection
- Is management destroying returns
- IT Strategic Objectives that Mean Something
- What will be the technology turning point for remote work?
- Information architects need a new home
- Innovation through failure
- Oh Shift!
- Is crowd sourcing really about the crowd?
- What's first? Org Strat or Tech Strat?
- The cost of mistakes
- Can I Afford To Agile?
- Introverts do not need to be cured
- Lost processes
- My Favorite Re-org Tool