a work of art
the CIO's dilemma
wild, enthusiastic encouragement
vacationland: true stories from painful beaches
reading the tea leaves
useful lessons from useless slack bots
the winners and losers
my good friend
the death of ownership
fun isn't a culture
a weirdo's guide to being weird
what you have to offer
that's why you gotta do it
what about after?
john was here
rocks and hard places
the magic table
i accomplished nothing today
where the real joy is
better is not a key differentiator
culture trumps all
thinking and doing
inputs and outputs
fn control alt/option command
the right room
the sweet spot
until you do
what do you do?
the struggle is real
art and life
good and great
money for nothing (and your clicks for free)
coming up for air
who told you to do that?
planning for self restraint
the most important word you'll say today
outside the box
get better or get worse
on the path
chaos is a ladder
work on your own terms
the absurdity of corporate life
leading from the bottom
disruptive innovation is a good thing
you can have your cake and eat it too
when customer service goes bad
the two most powerful words a person can speak
where are you placing value?
solving problems before they start
making it work
on being succinct
the wolf in sheep's clothing
starting up (and starting over)
compromise vs. selling your soul
Case Study: The Men In Blazers Brand
something substantially different.
meritocracies are a myth
the great awakening
people quit their organizations, not their managers
do what you can do, pay for the rest
the island life
recognizing which conversations you're actually a part of
you find out who your friends are
slacktivism, thy name is you
there are three ways to make money...
make it easy
where you are and where you want to be
5 reasons why you're going to click this link
the right reasons
a range of seating options
what you have and what you want
every decision a statement
the democratization of technology
"my responses are limited. you must ask the right questions."
around the web: presentation resources
someone's doing the work
i'm doing what i'm supposed to be doing
leaders and cheerleaders
what's failing you?
"the doctor will be with you shortly"
i don't see anything
survival at any cost
ally or enemy
building the future is much different from seeing it
lessons from LoMaistro
it's easy to hide behind technology
stop me if you've heard this one before
release your inner thespian
the kind of bravery which ought to be rewarded
what can we learn from a bunch of kids?
what a remarkable time
how do you treat your best customers?
save the gift cards for the holidays
i don't know you
striking while the iron is hot
dreams become reality only if you make it
the end of technology consulting...
what are you worth?
privacy: the next killer app
it's not you, it's me
it's the talent level, stupid
i don't get it.
organizations are people
aristotle on innovation
need versus want
don't be a bully
risk is built in
what is your mobile strategy actually accomplishing?
superheroes and secret identities
don't ignore the feathers on your peacock
the best sales tactic
building social capital
great leaders create great leaders
monday's don't suck
change the seat you're sitting in
the face of recruiting
why would you ever?
nobody's perfect, and that's what makes you perfect
the road less traveled
one simple rule for better presentations
do not resuscitate
managers, rulers, and leaders
when everyone else is gone
why measure today?
something i can't live without
changing the rules
when you say you're sorry, mean it
the uncomfortable spaces
we're all in this together
being good helps, but it's not a prerequisite
the wrong questions
less than human
we don't need another mailbox app
the desire for openness
the perks of being a CEO
the excuse matrix
stop blaming the fish
a newer and better you
winning the future
teaching lessons that matter
the sound of your own voice
one size does not fit all
you do not solve people problems by solving business problems
the problem with kids these days...
smartphones aren't smart
anyone off the street
that's not a conversation
the employee-focused company
what i want
hate the player, hate the game
consistency is king
i don't need a purpose slide. (no, really.. i don't)
the stranger: why openness scares the shit out of people
when humans are more powerful than machines
the day i became an apple fanboy, and what steve jobs did for me
why i love trance music so much
everyone is motivated to do something
a business case for universal healthcare
correlation and causation
the united states: mba'ing ourselves out of an economy
it's time to declare your independence
i hear what you're saying, but what are you saying?
why 'five guys' tastes so damn delicious
great (cost) expectations: why ebooks make people angry
don't give them an excuse
the difference between apple and everyone is...
life without email
hunting and pecking never works (efficiently)
a little bit of vision, please
business as a video game
every team needs a superstar
2010 year in review
losing the team: when leaders should call it quits
answering the call
where's the beef?!
practice for your project teams: why don't we do it?
making change happen
leadership in the innovation age
if you don't motivate the elephants, your circus isn't going anywhere
the revolution will not be tweeted? think again.
don't shy away from risk. roll around in it.
don't box me in: enterprise 2.0 employees working in an enterprise 1.0 world
getting past the "boss battle"
finding your way
case study: the @zoowithroy brand
predictably irrational: are we in control of our decisions?
"crazy handful of nothing"
what would you do with 8 hours a week?
solution-based approach vs. problem-based approach
consultants consulting consultants
the crystal merchant
competition vs. collaboration: how far can you jump?
on work-life balance: the college football paradigm
on knee-jerk reactions
what can we learn from the beautiful game?
what do you look for when you hire?
who killed mom and pop? a discussion on quality
don't forget to add the 'fun'
how to eat like a professional
ideas do not occur in a bubble
knowledge is no substitute for hard work
the difference between participation and adoption
a challenge to all those in enterprise security
i'm doing good
"the common man goes nowhere" — herb brooks
the value of a #fistbump
the unmistakable value of youth
effective presentations start with preparation
reduce your frustration: stop using email
what if your phone calls were like your social media?
how do you measure leadership?
hint: your work problem is actually a time problem
showing appreciation: not just a manager's role
make SMART goals that work
it's the culture, stupid!
this old house
social media: an evolution in communication
important words if you're being arrested, or a consultant
always plan on success
you can use a hammer, but can you build a house?
do it, and let them see you do it
ordinary is not unordinary
social media, "finding nemo," and you
why 'it's dangerous' is no excuse
be prepared to stop
stay out of the @#$!!*
business rule #1: note everything the PPA does
to get where you're going...
the worst words you can ever hear
5 reasons your presentations suck
the frank sinatra rule
the difference between cool and ice cold
the difference between cool and ice cold
5 reasons your meetings suck
priorities don't work. period.
social media: the value of "wasted time"
the first step is taking the first step
WHERE'S YOUR FLOWCHART, BABY?!
find your forest
1, 20, or 80?
"what gets measured gets done"
stories: they're not just for bedtime anymore
the best things in life are (sometimes) free
you can only see what you can see
keep talking and shut up! (part 2)
keep talking and shut up! (part 1)
the key to success is success
push people beyond their limits
be visible, not just in words
i don't wanna
well begun is half finished
don't sell bad cantaloupe
dress for success (or, be the peacock)
what's the cost of a toner cartridge?
build a microwave oven but create a nuclear device
define what you're doing before you do it
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