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Making Connections

For a while now, I have been working on increasing my network and establishing myself a reputation as an entrepreneurial thought leader. Many of you that have followed me on Twitter and read my blogs over the past year or so will see that I have grown and learnt a lot since I first dipped […]

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Learning from experience? Things I would do differently?

Learning from experience? Things I would do differently?

I have just read the latest blog post from @LisaPetrilli entitled “The Number One Thing CEOs Wish They’d Done Differently. “ I totally agree — in several previous roles I wish I had put talent first. Hopefully I have learnt from my previous mistakes! My business is currently in transition. We are moving from being […]

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New Year’s Predictions from the VAR500… lacking imagination?

Yesterday I received a message and a link from #SiobhanWalsh, #Axispoint’s Marketing and PR Manager saying that #DanDiSano, our Group President and CEO had been invited by #CRN Magazine to “to give a few predictions for our industry in 2011.” Of course, I read the full article. There were comments from 10 CEO’s including #BobCagnazzi […]

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Moving Social Networking into the Enterprise

There are a myriad of applications that allow you to share your thoughts with your ever growing social network. However, with the current raft of Social Networking tools, I struggle with keeping my personal life, friends and network separate from my business network. For example, I don’t really care where one of my connections is […]

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Why do we waste time and money attending meetings and getting the basics wrong?

Johnnie Moore in his latest weblog discusses Conference ruts. He begins by quoting Harold Jarche who makes a number of interesting comments on the frustrations we all encounter when we attend conferences. Significance is given to the issue of problems being presented in a plenary session and then immediately being asked to comment and brainstorm […]

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Meeting Hell?

Is it possible to transform your meetings into productive, focused and energising collaboration sessions? I recently concluded that I, as I am sure most of you, have come to accept that meetings are unavoidable if I want to progress business issues to a successful conclusion.  My meetings are often, too long, painful and, simply put, […]

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The potential of Collaboration

I’m often asked, what is the next “wave” in the IT Market that will deliver the same results as the ERP, CRM and Web waves of the last three decades. The more I talk to people the more I conclude that Collaboration is the next IT opportunity for us all Why Collaboration? In the past […]

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