The Daily PPILL through the days
Artificial Trust – The Daily PPILL #275
Trusting AI may become our biggest vulnerability.
Can we design for it?
Agency – The Daily PPILL #274
Rewarding progress, getting the incentives right, communicates that people have agency.
If everything is random, there is no point in change.
Listening to criticism – The Daily PPILL #273
We ask (or perhaps not) for criticism.
Sometimes comes through harsh.
But when do we know we should ignore it?
Services delivery, not enough, and maybe too much – The Daily PPILL #272
The world has a new paradigm, which requires a new way of measuring services.
Virtually Accepted – The Daily PPILL #271
When things are new or different, they are not seen as normal.
Until they are. At what moment does this happen?
Better than a Post-Mortem – The Daily PPILL #270
Deciding between options that both have pros and cons, can be really difficult. Most of the time we don’t consider the scenario when something goes terribly wrong.
Storing energy in cryptocurrency – The Daily PPILL #269
Bitcoin miners use large amounts of energy.
Is it all lost?
Breaking Bread – The Daily PPILL #268
Questions and Answers – The Daily PPILL #267
Communicating is a two-way street.
If you insist in going just one way, you’ll cause a jam.
DST – The Daily PPILL #266
We just changed out clocks again. Another cycle.
For once, we may never go back.
Not imperfect – The Daily PPILL #265
When we are on a roll, we need to make some extra effort to empathize with who are not.
Customer Success and the Layer 8 error (Repeat) – The Daily PPILL #264
Gone are the days when Solutions Providers would install a system, make a few tests and walk away. Adoption of new solutions is crucial for unlocking the profits of the long tail in XaaS offerings.
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