Category Archives: culture

31 March

Quarter End Reporting – A Time for Reflection

It’s that time again! The big push for end of quarter. Salespeople are hitting up every lukewarm lead in their Contact List. The Accounting Department is hounding vendors for invoices, customers for payments, and internal folks for every last bit … Read more

Filed under: Asking questions, Business Intelligence, culture, Industry Insights, Spreadsheets ,

17 March

Tourist in Techie Land: Reporting from Cloudcamp Vancouver

During introductory remarks for Cloudcamp Vancouver this past Saturday one of the organizers asked the group, ‘how many of you are technical people and how many are “from the business side”?’. The split was about 70/30 for the technical side.  … Read more

Filed under: Cloud Computing, culture, Events, Industry Insights, SAAS, software as a service ,

03 March

Measuring What Matters: Interview with Cheni Yerushalmi

Using Interviews to distill meaning Last time, we were talking about how to “Think Like a Reporter“.  My goal was to convey the importance of asking good questions in order to figure out how things actually get done and what … Read more

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18 February

Olympic Spirit in the Workplace

Being a Vancouver company located right in the heart of downtown, we are living and breathing the Olympic spirit right now! We look out our window and see this: So, hopefully, you can forgive the indulgence of another post with … Read more

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15 February

Vancouver Welcomes the World to the 2010 Olympics

A decade long journey has finally brought the arrival of the 2010 Olympics to Vancouver. This past Friday the opening ceremonies officially kicked off the 21st Winter Olympics in our fair city. Canada has previously hosted two Olympics, Montreal in … Read more

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