Posts Tagged ‘strategy’

I spent the last couple of days at the Agile Enterprise conference in Rome organised by New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG) founder Frank Greco. It was a much more intimate event that I’m generally used to, with only thirty-something attendees. The best part was the ‘ask me anything’ panel of all the speakers […]


My MBA

17Mar18

TL;DR I started out doing an MBA as it felt like a necessary step in pushing my career forward. The most important part was getting my head around strategy, and by the time that was done the journey had become more important than the destination. The motivation I’d not been working at Credit Suisse[1] for […]



I had the pleasure of being invited along to one of Simon Wardley’s Leading Edge Forum dinners last week. Kate Craig-Wood did a great job of summing it up so I don’t have  to:   I hope to return to the questions of corporate irrationality in another post. The dinner was under Chatham House Rules, […]


BYOD

11Dec12

I’ve spent a good part of the last year working on mobile strategy, so I get asked a lot about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD[1]). This is going to be one of those roll up posts, so that I can stop repeating myself (so much). It’s not about cost (of the device) A friend last […]