I wanted to share something that the team has been working on. The series is called “Love Your Work”.

I love how it focuses on people and what they do. What do you do? What do you love bout your work?

The overarching theme for this blog series centers around people- people who enjoy their work and feel like they're making a difference in their jobs. This theme is based on the belief that at the heart of every business are the people who make things happen.

It’s People that…

…garner insight from business applications to drive decisions that advance the organization.

…use business applications to optimize resources and corporate effectiveness.

…manage relationships internally and externally to drive relevant actions forward.

The most successful businesses are powered by individuals who contribute fully, bringing all their unique skills and experience to their jobs, and go home at the end of the day feeling as though they’ve made a real difference.

About the posts

We post twice a week, and contributors include people like Craig Dewar, David Pennington and Marie Huwe (so far), with Michael Park, Kirill Tatarinov, Dennis Michalis, Fred Studer and more, to come.

Here are some links to posts we’ve already published:

The Case for Loving Your Business Applications: It may sound crazy to insinuate that someone can love a business application. But everyone can relate to the experience of having a great new idea, or finishing a big project. What’s not to love?

Mobile Devices at Work: You Can't Take It With You...Or Can You?: Choosing an IT system that lets people work how, when and wherever they want is just good business.

Simon the Intern and the Evolution of Communication: Open the information floodgates by letting customers and employees communicate the way they want.

Going Native: Enticing the Next Generation to Work for You: Young workers have strong opinions about technology, and that’s a factor in their job decisions.