This week, Ryan chats with Jared Wesner, CTO at The Delta, a venture builder operating in Africa and Europe, about his digital nomad lifestyle and how he makes it work as a company leader.
This week, Ryan and Heather discuss some of the pros and cons of blurry work-life boundaries for remote workers.
Is hybrid work really the worst of both worlds? This week, Ryan and Heather discuss the state of hybrid and overcoming common challenges like meetings and forming relationships.
This week, Ryan and Heather discuss building out a feature request process in Notion plus why some remote workers have chosen to move to different cities and how companies are responding.
This week, Ryan chats with Rory Walter, CEO of Appraisd, a simple and intuitive online performance management system.
This week, Ryan interviews Shammah Banerjee, Senior Editor at Nimbus Ninety, about the state of business recovery 18 months in to the pandemic.
This week, Ryan shares his favourite ways to use an iPad as a secondary work device.
This week, Ryan and Heather discuss Dune, Facebook news, and the metaverse hype.
This week, Ryan and Heather discuss using automation to decrease repetitive tasks.
What will work look like in 2050?
Wait, you can build a brand making fun of the Microsoft Team's ringtone?
In today's digital-first world, automating business processes is key to delivering better customer experiences.
Diving deep on open source technology and education in the UK.
Ryan chats with Zoltan Vass, co-founder of Tech London Advocates, about the big picture of work 2.0.
These double agent WFH employees exceed expectations at secret keeping, but is it worth the risk?
When "keeping the lights on" isn't an option, what can you do as a digital worker?
Wardley mapping, IT challenges in policing, and the importance of getting things done
Gerard McGovern, CIO of the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, discusses hybrid workplace design, digital adoption, iOS accessibility, and more.
Learn about the growing movement for digital inclusion and how to get involved.
Danny Attias, CIO for a blood cancer charity, shares his journey with leading digital transformation.
From #MeToo to 2021's Great Resignation, failure to listen and respond to employees' concerns has clear social and economic costs.
Research shows it pays to be funny at work (if you manage to avoid these pitfalls).
Want to stand out in a crowded market? Start with human connection.
Thoughts on health, safety, and security for highly remote workers.
Predictions and reactions to the future of Windows.
Breathtaking views, penguins, wine, and Teams calls
Refining workflows is a never-ending journey, so where should you start?
James Grove, head of IT for Southampton Football Club, discusses the unique technology requirements of elite sports