Not many in our line of business would confess to this, but I for one don’t like to sell. This could be a problem for most.
Now, this is a classic. The value triangle is dead simple, but it’s a sobering reality check for when discussing deliverables and scopes of work in general. The model as such comes in many different versions and I don’t know [...]
Inspired by Robert Safian, Fast Company who coined the term Generation Flux, I’ve collected some fluxes for my own digital year 2013 in a GenFlux Manifesto.
Oh yes, once again I’m using my personal blog to push for Stockholm candidates to our social media agency, Whispr Group.
You know how it works. We say that we will be happy when we have reached a certain point, but as soon as we get to that point, we start setting up new points to reach before we can allow [...]
If you work in a white collar environment, chances are that you spend quite some time in meetings. This is often a good thing, but it can be quite the struggle to combine a day full of meetings with a [...]
I love having a tennis table at the office. And now there’s a good reason for it according to this BBC article: “In his book, Amen calls table tennis the best brain sport. It improves hand-eye coordination. It’s aerobic, uses [...]
Shit project managers say. And they really sound like this. I just felt like moving to some place warm and get a job where a corporate skill set wouldn’t be a necessity to stay afloat.