Monthly Archives: February 2013

Yahoo!, innovation and remote working

In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a bit of an uproar in the media regarding Yahoo!’s recently announced (ostensible) ban on remote working. It’s a thorny issue in this day and age, but I’m rather stunned at how negative and … Continue reading

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Yield to your instincts

I’ve spent 15 years exhorting my teams to live by the data. I’m often heard saying “if you can’t report on it, then it doesn’t exist!” Whole analytics teams are known to run the other way if I’m spotted in … Continue reading

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