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Karachi In The Yard

There was no way I was going to go to Crossfit yesterday after I worked all night and slept only 5hrs. However, when I looked at the WOD, I realized I had almost everything to do the whole class at home with some modifications. 282 more words


Two-Way Teaching

On the first day of every semester, I always carry extra baggage. In spring, summer, and fall, I must replenish my office and bring in all the graded final assignments. 1,310 more words


AWM Industry Events – Mobility and the participant experience [Post 3 of 3]

This is a multi-post series in which we discuss participants’ digital experience in industry events and how it can be made more immersive and effective, helping the event holders and participants meet their business objectives better. 759 more words


Improve urban infrastructure? There's an app for that

Every weekday morning at approximately 6:30, Willem Heydendael, a 35-year-old medical consultant, hops on his bike and rides 15 miles along the Schuylkill River from his home in the Passyunk Square neighborhood of South Philadelphia to his office in Conshohocken, a suburb northwest of the city. 1,163 more words


What Enterprise Mobility has for us?

It is extremely a rare scenario today to see any work being done from one’s traditional desk, traditional office or traditional machine alone. Of course plenty of people still operate this way, but the bigger class of people has opted to perform a range of business tasks on the most convenient device they can possibly lay their hands on, no matter which corner of the earth they are. 807 more words

The Disruption's New Clothes: Part 2

In part one of this series I introduced Jill Lepore’s critique of Clayton Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma.  Laurence Hart has since pointed me to a… 622 more words


How to Get Your Business Ready for the Next Generation of Enterprise Mobility

Unless your surname is Nostradamus, you don’t know the future – but it will be here sooner than you think. That future comes bearing the next generation of enterprise mobility. 588 more words