We’ve got a big announcement to make: Juliette Kayyem is joining Lua as an advisor! Juliette comes to us with an impressive list of credentials: 15 years of experience in counterterrorism, homeland security and emergency management;
The latest interviewee for our blog series, Zachary Rosensohn, has to create an environment of efficient communication for both his employees and his clients. As a manager for College Planning Partnerships, that means finding a style that works for high schoolers – read on for his insights into the benefits of mobile messaging. Zachary Rosensohn has …
Business now requires people to be available and connected wherever they are. Smart phones, tablets, and laptops have brought enterprise into the modern world, but today’s mobile workforce – and thus all of these devices –
We recently announced the addition of Juliette Kayyem, formerly President Obama’s Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), as an advisor. David Harris from the Boston Business Journal
The pitfalls of conference calling are so ubiquitous that they’re almost comedic: take these guys, who enacted a conference call in real life,
We last wrote about how onboarding a new employee can be drastically better if your organization has a mobile solution that includes an interactive directory. In this post, we invite the latest addition to the Lua team, Ariel Sun, to discuss her experience joining the company and being onboarded into the directory in the Lua network. For a new hire, …
With over a decade of experience under her belt, Dacquiri Smittick plays a key role in successful dance performances: managing it all. As the fourth interviewee in our blog series, Smittick tells us how she empowers her team as they tour around the world. Over the past half-century,
(Image (c) Jorge Cham at PhD Comics) Tackling our inboxes has become a daunting task. First off, it seems impossible to keep up with the flood of incoming messages (check out our recent blog post on how to try and address that problem with your team).