Science tells us that business decisions are too often irrational or mediocre. But can software improve that result? How do you put the science into decisions and take the bias out? Erik Larson of Cloverpop is working on the answers.
Email management tools were supposed to make our lives better, but it’s getting worse. Here’s a freewheeling guide to reclaiming email sanity.
Milind Kamkolkar is the first person I’ve interviewed who has “Next Gen Analytics” in his job title. But what the heck does that mean? And how do hackathons and social transparency possibly fit into big pharma? Here’s what I learned.
It’s rare to have 90 minutes to dig into a customer use case. But at SAP Jam’s first-ever analyst day, we had that chance. Marriott International’s Lisa O’Donnell shared a story of collaborative learning that shows how corporate training is (finally) changing.
Online travel company Orbitz has found a way to cut its software delivery cycle from 18 days to just four.
A conversation with Hootsuite’s VP of talent leaves me feeling the easy familiarity of Facebook at Work could win over enterprise collaboration users
Jive’s third quarter numbers topped analyst expectation with some healthy traction among enterprise customers.
User growth has stalled over at Twitter and Wall Street’s not happy, even if CEO Jack Dorsey is big on the world-changing powers of his tech.
Spend management cloud firm Coupa touched down in Paris last week where CEO Rob Bernshteyn talked up a strategy of extensions to ERP.
Dick Hirsch unravels the hairball of relationships that SAP enjoys within the context of Cloud Foundry and discovers that SAP developers can benefit – provided SAP contributes.
Tribune Media pivoted its business model, using that as the opportunity to reinvent finance with Workday Financials. The project was completed inside seven months.
Posting a selfie to Facebook after your big boozy night on the town might seem a good idea at the time, but the recruiters in HR aren’t likely to be impressed.
The Second Machine Age is upon us. What matters now is our capacity to embrace what it means beyond the buzzwords that go with it.