Spotlight: Blog

On National Golf Day: Tradition Meets Technology

If you're one of the 25 million golfers that played a round last year, you participated in an age old tradition dating back to the 1400s; I hope you enjoyed it. ... Read more »

From Refugee to Tech Exec: A Perspective on Freedom and Innovation

In 1979, we escaped in a crowded boat from my war-torn home country of Vietnam to the refugee camps of Malaysia. My first taste of freedom was when I set foot on American... Read more »

A Tennis Mom’s Simple Fantasy

As I drove my son to his tennis training last week, we discussed his latest achievements, wins and losses of past tournaments, his frustration with his backhand and how to... Read more »

Creating a Space for Innovation

As I’ve said previously, CIOs stand at a crossroads, where one road leads to “more of the same,” and the other leads to the transformation of their role into a Chief... Read more »

SAPInsider HR 2015: What a Difference a Year Makes

Watching Mike Ettling, President of HR Line of Business at SAP/SuccessFactors, during his keynote at the SAPInsider HR 2015 Conference in (almost warm) Las Vegas this week, I... Read more »

Unlocking Networks: The Growing Mobile Mandate

It’s always nice to be with 100,000 close friends at a mega-event like Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. With a career’s worth of trade shows under my belt, I’m... Read more »

Great Satire & Marketing Take Care of “Unfinished Business”

Satire is best when everyone can laugh. Such is the case with a marketing campaign for the movie Unfinished Business, which opens today. ... Read more »

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