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SaaS as a Savior


Jeff Kaplan at THINKstrategies just posted an insightful article called "Why IT now sees SaaS as a savior" talking about the factors driving accelerating SaaS adoption. He cites the buzz he heard at SaaScon, the emergence of IT-specific SaaS...
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Where’d the wireframe go?


User experience designers are very comfortable in the land of architecture diagrams, user flows, and wireframes. We love our black-and-white drawings that specify interaction. And this is a problem. One of my key realizations from last week’s UX...
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@Twitter: Welcome to Google Friend Connect


We know many of you enjoy using Twitter to see what people are talking about and to let others know what you've been up to, whether it's sharing a YouTube video or checking in on your friend's tweets. To help you and your Twitter network stay...
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Strategy Definition or Strategy Execution…


Which is more important?   It’s a bit of a chicken vs. egg argument, but it’s fair to say that both are critical to driving positive financial results.   Put it this way, if defining strategy explains 15% of a company’s financial performance then...
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The Unbundling of the Corporation


Here is an interesting article from the New York Times on the impact the credit crisis is having on corporate models. Part of the article discusses the transformation of corporate...
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Kickering Myself


When I first started at Adaptive Path, one of the many striking things about how different Adaptive Path is from most other companies was explained to me by then-CEO Janice Fraser. “When we set up Adaptive Path,” she said, “We wanted the company and...
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