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Comparing Customer Experiences in Finland and Mexico – Can You Guess the Winner?

It's my third day as an intern at Cloudriven and as one of my creative tasks, I got the opportunity to write my opinion about customer experience. Since I left my start-up back home in Mexico, I have missed the start-up feeling of working with inspiring people in relaxed yet active environment.

Being a Leader Is, In Fact, Fun and Easy

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Being a leader is really not that hard. Of course you will encounter difficult situations, but ultimately leadership is just ordinary interaction between two people. It’s all about people skills. he essence of leadership is genuine interest in other people and their work at the workplace.

What Can Jesus Teach Us About Gamification?

Christmas is right around the corner and it will halt the entire western at least for a while. Our thoughts are with our loved ones and we think about ways to contribute to our community. Religiously speaking, the central character of Christmas is of course Jesus. To honor the spirit of Christmas, I aim to examine in this blog post, what Jesus would say about gamification. That man knew how to tell compelling, thought-provoking stories. I’m not going to emphasize the religious aspects of the following story, as the story itself is brilliant and can be used to introduce a nontraditional viewpoint on gamification.

Make Team Management Easier With SharePoint Team Sites

In a volunteer-based non-profit, it’s not possible to demand as strong and time-consuming commitment from the chairperson as would be the case in paid work. I already revealed in my earlier blog post that we’re now using SharePoint team sites to make our work easier and remove some of the management burden. Thanks to donation from Microsoft, we can even use SharePoint for free. In her blog post Anna told about her experiences in leading volunteers. I will now give a few concrete examples of how SharePoint team sites can benefit your association.

Real Turning Point and Revolution comes with Understanding

We are so easily educators and teachers to each other and at the same time we’re trapped in our own private silos, our own thoughts and our own assumptions. Instead, the real turning point, cultural change, means understanding other parties and finding the methods to increase the understanding and motivation. The word method means here real operations and actions. The target is to change the way of doing.