I felt inspired to write this today following the public announcement that Cloudreach has taken an epic next step on its journey to disrupt the world of tech and will now grow with the assistance of Blackstone.
Every journey has to start somewhere and for me that somewhere was at a Citrix event in Scotland.
This recent article by IBM about their business partnerships with universities inspired us to talk a little about our own partnerships, and the benefits they have for our customers and graduates alike.
Last month, my fellow Cloudreachers and I took part in Ludum Dare, a global game jam in which you are challenged to make a video game in a single weekend - certainly no mean feat. Take a look at what we came up with.
Interview with Estelle Roux, Global Head People Operations. There is a real shift in focus happening in more forward thinking HR departments globally.
Like many people my age, there seems to be a question that all parents want to know, it comes as the end of university looms ever nearer and that is, “what job do you want?”
Some of you will wonder what a trusted advisor is. You will ask why is it so important, as an individual and as a company, to be a trusted advisor rather than simply a product vendor. You’re thinking that to achieve high customer satisfaction it should be sufficient to sell and service high quality products. Nothing else?
For long-standing and new employees alike, there is always room for growth and progress. Being open to the implementation of learning and growing in the workplace is of huge benefit to your business, your employees’ careers and their personal growth.
If you make it your business to follow content about culture or recruitment, you may have come across this thoughtful article by Russell Abdo about the culture of feedback Medallia have created, originally posted on Glassdoor.
You may have seen my recent blog post, Keeping it Cloudy: How to Build Company Culture on the topic of building company culture. I'll expand here with some follow-up actions that you, as a business leader, could use to make some practical changes this year.