Many people envision themselves changing the world and making it a better place. Through leadership, contributions, volunteerism, taking new approaches, and sheer determination to make things better. I’m one of those people too. When I try to make the world a better place, my influence may not span the entire globe, but I improve life for those around me and address their needs.
As a CEO, time is money, and infrastructure is your best friend. With the onset of all things digital, simplifying processes and optimizing time is more critical than ever. To stay competitive in the hyper-evolving digital market, the c-suite needs to forgo band-aid solutions and invest in digital infrastructure that lets their design and development teams work smarter, not harder. That’s where design systems come in.
Not that long ago, the word “disruption” wasn’t exactly popular. Its use was typically linked to a negative or bothersome situation.
At this time of year, we’re bombarded with news of friends who have decided they’ll be running a 5K by February or are going to start a weekly podcast about crafting. Resolutions generally come to a sorry end shortly after the metaphorical ink has dried. For businesses though, it’s time to think of revolutions not resolutions as you enter a critical year for the organization. Here’s a few things to consider ahead of the return to work: