23 December 2017 by Martin Driscoll
The way things stand on 23rd December 2017, the page ranks no higher than 4th on the 5th page of google.com.
I will make some changes over the coming weeks and track whether they make any difference on updates to this post.
19 November 2017 by Martin Driscoll
I left work in 2015 setting myself the challenge to learn what all the non-SAP people I worked with seemed to be calling ‘digital transformation’. The best definition I could find at the time for ‘digital transformation’ was something like ‘delivering business change and adding value through the delivery of technology change’. To me this sounded exactly the same thing that I had been doing for 20 years in the SAP space yet many seemed to be saying that SAP was old and ‘not digital’ while many other things (that I knew nothing of) were new and clearly ‘digital’.
This did not make sense to me. So I thought I would investigate further.
12 October 2016 by Martin Driscoll
Which discs would you take to your desert island?
I have put off answering this question despite having listened attentively to Kirsty (and her predecessors) as she casts people away every week on BBC Radio 4 Desert Island Discs.
I reserve the right to change my mind….most especially because the first draft of the list looks a little melodramatic.
25 May 2015 by Martin Driscoll
I like working hard. I always have and I suspect I always will.
For more than 20 years that hard work paid off handsomely. I was rewarded hansomely (relative to most but certainly not as handsomely as some) and was able to travel the world both at work and at leisure. I naturally seemed to make progress through the ranks and never felt like I needed a ‘five year plan’ or an answer to the standard “where do you want to get to” because that progress was my measure of success.
As long as I kept progressing, having fun and working hard, I would be happy.
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