Is Time Inc the unlikely suitor for Yahoo!? And if so, can it do better than Time Warner's horrendous merger with AOL?
Walmart has turned in shockingly low sales, but its digital and e-commerce investment is paying off, insist senior execs.
My last piece on rethinking content strategy left some key loose ends. One of them is how UX and mobile have completely changed the content landscape. How should enterprises respond?
A solid seven for this quarter's Jive, but the threat of a dance-off in the increasingly competitive collaboration market remains.
We already made the case for the importance of narrative. But how do you embody that narrative in your corporate presence and your digital assets? Barb Mosher Zinck walks us through the process.
The HR market has become suite-obsessed - but employee engagement vendor Workstride is doing something about that. In my interview with Workstride CEO Jim Hemmer, he explains why HR vendor consolidation did a disservice to employee engagement, and why customers gain from a different approach.
Groupon's new CEO is 100 days into office and there's still a lot left to do to execute on the roadmap for the company's transformation from coupons to marketplaces.
Digital media is a chaotic landscape indeed. But which stories pass the enterprise gut check? In this edition: Responding to Twitter's algorithmic re-invention, ad blockers and mobile UX dilemmas, and the tricky territory of handling editorial criticism.
Uday Gajendar authored a landmark post on why enterprise UX is different. During our interview, I took up the issues of data models and aesthetic beauty with Gajendar. His answers are worth hearing.
A year ago, Uday Gajendar published an influential post on enterprise UX. I spoke with him to learn the story behind the post, and what he calls the "wicked craft" of enterprise UX. Gajendar also shared how he gets the next generation of designers interested in enterprise UX - in the face of the seductive power of the consumer tech startup.
Enterprise UX is dead in the water without collaboration. That means we can quit idealizing UX unicorns and get to work. Here's four key Enterprise UX concepts on the front burner.