• Shadow IT – Don’t Be Scared Be Prepared

    Although citizen development has moved out of the realm of Shadow IT, it still causes IT departments anxiety. Steps IT can take to grow more comfortable around citizen development applications.

  • Gartner: It’s Time to Evolve the Conversation Between…

    Executive expectations of IT often are not aligned to what IT is capable of delivering. A Gartner brief details the necessity for CIOs to communicate more productively with business partners.

  • How to Best Collaborate with Multiple Outside Partners

    The pressure to turn out new products is prompting companies to turn to outside partners to develop innovative ideas, but doing so comes with risk.

  • Improving Your Productivity: Myths versus Realities

    Chris Bailey, author of the new book The Productivity Project, completed several personal productivity experiments. Highlights of ones that worked well, and those that didn’t.

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  • How to Transform Sales by Inspiring Change

    Technology and a competitive marketplace are causing businesses to shift rapidly, but making that shift while doing daily business can be a challenge. Here’s how.

  • Five Types of People You Might Meet at QuickBase EMPOWER

    A few examples of citizen developers improving digital operations across their organizations whom you may run into at a QuickBase user event.

  • Is Coffee Really Toxic to Workplace Productivity?

    Observer writer Isaac Morehouse made a provocative proposition: grabbing coffee with colleagues or partners “just to chat” is killing our productivity.

  • 5 Ways That Creatives and IT Can Collaborate Better

    New research provides some clues for helping creatives and IT learn to work together more collaboratively.

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  • Rapid Application Development Executive Panel at EMPOWER 2016…

    At last week’s EMPOWER 2016 conference, we heard from a panel of executives regarding lessons learned from their rapid application development implementations.

  • Empowering Citizen Developers the Right Way

    “I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.”