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How mmhmm cut its quarterly board meetings from 4 hours to 90 minutes This article is sponsored by:

We talk to mmhmm founder Phil Libin about the right and wrong ways to use video in meetings and why VR business meetings are a stupid idea.

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mmhmm CEO Phil Libin - 'No one should ever work on something they think is stupid' This article is sponsored by:

Digital work requires a different management style with minimal supervision. Here's how Phil Libin, CEO of video meetings app mmhmm, organizes work in distributed teams.

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Samsara’s Chief People Officer, Steve Pickle, on ‘being intentional about culture, purpose and experience’ This article is sponsored by:

Pickle joins Samsara from Salesforce, where he brings a wealth of experience with him about how to effectively scale a company, without losing sight of what makes it unique.

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Let's not get ahead of ourselves! Balancing the bleeding edge with practical adoption remains a huge enterprise tech challenge This article is sponsored by:

AI, ChatGPT, the Metaverse - the future's bright...but is the enterprise tech buy side ready to adopt?

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Yes, you can IPO in a volatile economy - here's how This article is sponsored by: Sage Logo

Initial public offerings (IPOs) can seem to be a daunting challenge in today's economy. But even now, it's possible to brave the turbulent market conditions - if you start with the right foundations. David Appel of Sage Intacct sets out the practical steps.

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Celonis focuses in on procurement, mobility and offices to reach Net Zero sustainability goals This article is sponsored by:

Celonis published its 2022 Sustainability Report in recent days and the transparent data provides useful insights into how the vendor is thinking about reaching its climate goals.

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Four behaviors that define leaders in the Services Economy This article is sponsored by: FinancialForce-logo

Are you a leader or a follower? Scott Brown of FinancialForce points to four characteristics being shown by leaders in the services sector - and what makes them stand out.

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2022 - the year in Partner Commentary This article is sponsored by:

Across 2022, diginomica's partner ecosystem has added yet more commentary and analysis. Here's a selection of the best.

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The four trends to shape customer experience in 2023 This article is sponsored by: Zendesk logo transparent 250x150px

As organizations look for quick wins and shorter ROI timescales, where should they be devoting their energies when it comes to customer experience next year? Matthias Goehler of Zendesk looks at ways to get smart.

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2022 in review - five key themes for service This article is sponsored by: ServiceMaxLogo-PrimaryBlueGreen

Looking back to look forward - Sumair Dutta reflects on the last twelve months in field service management at ServiceMax and how lessons can be applied in the future.

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Next Chapter - offering former inmates a path to tech career with software engineering apprenticeship This article is sponsored by:

“We've come up with a thousand ways to make sure a plastic bottle gets a new life, but far too few to make sure someone leaving incarceration does.”

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Tackling the skills shortage via equal opportunities - Salesforce shares out $5 million to open up careers to marginalized groups This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce VP of Philanthropy Ron Smith explains how the cloud giant is targeting groups furthest from access to a tech career.

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Focus, fighting and fulfillment - three key technology themes for 2023 This article is sponsored by: Confluent logo

From fighting crime to fulfilling customer demand, Richard Timperlake of Confluent looks at the vital conversations businesses need to be having as the year draws to a close.

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The space economy matters - an enterprise view on space as the International Space Station heads towards de-orbit This article is sponsored by:

The international space station has been orbiting for 21 years - but change is afoot. Here's why enterprises should care about the emerging space economy.

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