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The Moxie in Your Mission Statement

It is safe to say that one of the most valuable tools you have as a business software company to create momentum is crafting an effective mission statement. When crafted with care and developed correctly, your mission statement will provide clear direction and purpose for your company and employees. The big question is: Did you create a mission statement with moxie or one that hangs nicely in your meeting rooms and is otherwise meaningless? ...

Improve Your Business by Defining Its Purpose

In a field like business software development, every company is looking to solve an issue in the market. Regardless of its size, companies focus on finding ways of helping other companies and people find ways of being more successful in their field. However, many companies do so without understanding or clarifying why they do it. ...

#5 – Why a cocktail of technology and humans is required to make our life more interesting An interview with Holger Mueller - VP & Principal Analyst at Constellation Research

My guest on this weeks’ podcast is Holger Mueller – VP & Principal Analyst at Constellation Research
He is covering Next Generation Apps, Human Capital Management and the Future of work, and provides strategy and counsel to clients.
Prior to joining Constellation Research, Holger was, amongst others, ...

A mind-shift in thinking about driving impact for NGOs through technology — and what ISVs can learn from this An interview with Erik Arnold, CTO for Tech for Social Impact, Microsoft

A strong purpose typically leads successful services organizations. They’re incredibly customer driven, realize it’s their people that stand between failure and success, and invest strategically to drive sustainable impact.
In this blog, I’ll share a story of a mind-shift in thinking how NGOs can create a more significant impact through technology. ...

Is serverless computing the holy grail for Chief Digital Officers?

The role of the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) has changed dramatically. No longer is it enough to pilot initiatives based on basic digital capabilities. Organizations have to ask: How do we want to deliver the promise of our services in the digital world? What else should we be doing beyond creating new digital experiences? ...