Today marks the end of the 45th presidency in the United States of America, when the 46th president, Joseph R. Biden is sworn in. The (hopefully) peaceful transition of power will be the end of the Liar in Chief; the leader who operates by endless lies and endless bullying, destroys more than he builds and… Continue reading Liar in Chief
There are a lot of fallouts from Covid-19, once we have the vaccine(s) and things start heading back towards some kind of normal (whatever degree of pre-pandemic behaviour that might turn out to be). One of the ones I am most curious about is the Working-From-Home (WFH) phenomenon. How much of that will stick, and… Continue reading Qualify for WFH
It is often fairly easy to describe what the ambition of your idea or startup is; where is it that you strive to be in, say, 5 years time? What is the outcome you are looking for? The dent in the universe you are looking to shape? What is often neglected on a planning level… Continue reading Roadmap as a journey
Working remotely is getting a lot of additional buzz following the outbreak of corona-virus, as people all over scramble to try to put themselves out of harms way and/or following the advice of local health authorities. While there is a lot of great things to be said about working remotely - and there are -… Continue reading Remote humans
Considering all the progress electricity, the combustion engine and other major breakthroughs generated inside 50 years of inception, digital still has very little impactful progress to show for it. At least that's the argument, Greg Satell makes. To some extend he is absolutely right. Even though some real breakthroughs have happened and made a lot… Continue reading Has digital really bombed?
It's popular to say that it is easy to get ideas. And it is true: It is easy. But more often than not the people saying those exact words are the ones who at the end of the day manages the status quo because they are either empty of ideas, or because they are affraid… Continue reading Relevant ideas