• The World of Trump or The Same Old Stuff?

    If you are in the Trump camp then you are probably celebrating his inauguration as the 45th president of the US. Or you may’ve joined the anti-Trump side, so you’re most likely – to put it diplomatically – not in a celebratory mood. Wherever on the pro- or anti-Trump scale you are – or, as […]

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  • The World Is Wonderful

    The World Is Wonderful

    Recelty, I have started a new Facebook page named “The World Is Wonderful” The idea behind this was fairly simple. There is a lot of wonderful stuff on social media that I would like to bookmark for myself. To store in some place, so that I could come back to it when I need to […]

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    3 Reasons Why I Ended My 10 Years Long Affair With LinkedIn

    My very first personal affair with LinkedIn started way back in 2006. The idea of building up a professional network, or “adding people” to a database online resonated with me. Better than collecting business cards, I thought. The prospect of having my “CV online” for my network to search and contact for potential career opportunities was tempting. […]

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  • It's not the tool that matters

    It’s not the tool that matters

    You can have the best camera in the world, but unless you are a good photographer who can visualize and create images you want to take with it, the camera itself is useless. You can implement the best tool in your organization, but unless your team has the incentives to use the tool well, the […]

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  • While Waiting For The Perfect

    While waiting for perfect

    The best blog posts are those I did not write. The best photographs of mine are those I did not take. And the best businesses I could have had are those I did not start. Those blog posts, photographs and business that only existed in my were so perfect and so beautiful. Imagine, they could […]

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  • How do we stay relevant in our own industry?

    My recent visit to the Fujitsu Forum 2015 in Munich got me thinking on what established people and companies need to do to stay relevant in our own industry. At the event, you could engage in hundreds of conversations and dozens of sessions on innovation, connected enterprise, hybrid cloud, SaaS, disruption caused by digitization and […]

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  • Building large complex systems is hard

    Building large complex systems is hard!

    One of my earlier blog posts re-published here again. It comes from the period of time back in 2012 when I was in the business of Cloud Solutions. Recently, Mark Thiele of GigaOm published the article “The cloud backlash could be deep”. I agree with most of the conclusions in his article. However, at one point […]

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  • Why we ended up focusing on daily deliverables?

    Recently, I’ve read Ted Bauer’s article “Daily deliverables murdered strategy”. While I agree with most of the points there, I thought it could be worth looking at what made us to focus on the daily deliverables in the first place. Many of us who were at any level in the corporate world would remember either […]

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  • It’s not about you

    Prince Roger Nelson known by his mononym Prince is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actor. On top of that, he is a genius, great business person and leader. What promted me to write this post anyway? Recently, I stumbled upon one song I particularly remembered from the early 90s. The song in question was “Love […]

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