Tag Archives: DIGIVIZER

Forget everything you’ve ever learned about recruitment: new dimensions needed

I’ve been party to, and read, a number of conversations in recent days about recruitment, culture, skills and equipping the workforce of tomorrow with the skills of tomorrow. (My CEO at Digivizer Emma Lo Russo touches on this – and … Continue reading

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Book review: Shel Israel’s Lethal Generosity

Shel Israel’s latest book (Lethal Generosity – Contextual Technology and the Competitive Edge) builds on his earlier collaboration with Robert Scoble (Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data & the Future of Privacy, which I’ve not yet read) but takes a … Continue reading

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Back to measurement

It’s been a while… Nice to be back. I continue to be productively busy at DIGIVIZER, the Australian social analytics company. (Hence the lack of blog posts here.) Inevitably much of what we’re doing right now is about deploying and using … Continue reading

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