Power BI and OAuth data – an innovative love story

This post is not sponsored by Medallia nor Microsoft Ok, I’m no novelist, but this story is really something 🙂 For years I’ve used Power BI for small little side jobs, but since last year I really focused on it to report on my innovation duties. As Innovation Manager, I report about how much innovation … More Power BI and OAuth data – an innovative love story

Ungoverned Teams are just as bad as file servers

Microsoft Teams adoption has risen due to (or thanks to) the current COVID-19 pandemic. That’s a lot of people chatting about and getting their work done. But then people find out that there’s more to Teams than just calling each other. That Teams are full-blown workspaces with Tabs including documents, reporting (Power BI), task management … More Ungoverned Teams are just as bad as file servers

PowerPoint and OCD – tips for perfectionists

Ah, another day, another another source of annoyances for people with OCD (yes, that was deliberate ;)). Or at least what they (and I’m part of them) call “healthy OCD”. Nothing healthy about it, but it’s better than smoking, right? (even that is being discussed, but anyway :)) – back to PowerPoint. We’ve all seen … More PowerPoint and OCD – tips for perfectionists

Presentation Toolbelt: Office Remote

I love presenting. No wait, I really love presenting. Sending a message to your audience, convincing them, understanding their needs, comforting them, challenging them, taking them on a journey, making them feel inspired, soothing their souls with insightful bliss, … But getting your audience to be engaged isn’t all that easy. I take pride in … More Presentation Toolbelt: Office Remote