Archive for May, 2018

  • Collaboration is so far past being a buzzword that it’s almost become kitschy.  Nearly every booth at the upcoming 45,000+ attendee ‘InfoComm’ conference will figure out a way to entwine the word collaboration in their messaging somewhere.   But collaboration is truly important.  It’s at the core of how the workplace is changing to accommodate modern workstyles.  Collaboration can leverage everyone’s expertise in open forums, transforms serialized presentation meetings (i.e. PowerPoint) into parallelized problem-solving sessions, and encourages employee engagement.  Selfishly, embracing collaboration can invigorate your own career: by being aware of its personal ...Read More »

  • I recently attended the AV Users Group meeting in New York.  The group is a fantastic set of people who are responsible for the audio-visual infrastructure at some of the world’s most successful companies.  It was a great set of discussions but the biggest takeaway for me was this: in light of the ever-increasing appetite for technology to support the workplace, the pace of adoption has outrun our ability to understand its impact.  An afternoon panel at the event spent quite a bit of time trying to tackle the issues around ...Read More »