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Steve Jobs about Process and Content

I just found ‘The Lost Interview’ with Steve Jobs on Netflix and watched it again. Suddenly he starts to talk about process and content and I am startled because he is using my words. But he is not just talking

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Can A Great Customer Experience Be Designed?

The simple and fast answer? NO! Why not, you might ask? Because of what design really means. The late Steve Jobs said: ‚Design is not about the way it looks but about the way it works!‘ We intuitively know that

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Adaptive Case Management: Basic, Full, or Strategic?

I am all for a commonly agreed definition of ACM as long as it does not limit the necessary benefits for business. I propose that ACM has been pretty well-defined already, but because so many vendors – either BPM or

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Go Home and Destroy Something!

I have just completed reading Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. In the last few pages he recalls a conversation that he had with Steve a few weeks before his death. Like me Steve Jobs has spent time to study

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The Value of Failure

When I joined IBM In 1974, Tom Watson Jr. was still its figurehead, despite having resigned from being the second president of IBM three years earlier. He had stepped into the footsteps of his father, Thomas Watson Sr. the founder

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