This is Part I/II
Part I: The Sprint
Part II: Before & After
At TLGG we focus on developing and executing digital strategies for legacy companies — mainly large cooperations who’s prior success holds them from quickly adopting to the velocity and complexity of the digital age. As we understand ourselves not as industry but experts in digital strategy, we’re constantly engaging with our clients throughout our projects to benefit and build upon their expertise, they become an inherent part of our team.
In addition we believe in not just delivering forward thinking business strategies but validating them alongside by executing and continuously testing our hypothesis. …
Hello fellow Hackers,
A little more than 6 months ago I was approached by a handful of digital lone wolves with the idea of initiating Germany’s first Hackathon entirely dedicated to what we see as the future of communication: Chatbots.
Yes, exactly: chatbots, something everybody seems to have an opinion on today. Instead of following the same day in, day out philosophizing routine — the exact infinite grind that holds most companies from innovating today — we wanted to shape the future ourselves, first-hand.
We invited Berlin’s digital creme de la creme along with the leading experts on chatbots and a few brave and forward-thinking corporates including Telefónica, ING-DiBa, Microsoft, IBM, Amazon (adding up to some twenty partners involved) to help us on our quest, a task no smaller than “Hacking the Future of Communication”. …
I love using iA Writer basically for everything. Why? Because it’s so dead simple, fast & clean — Something I was missing though was the ability to copy links and quotes from websites directly to markdown. Here’s a simple solution I’ve developed using AppleScript and Apple’s Automator that I’ve been using for a while now and I would like to share.
Lets say you visit a Website in Chrome or Safari:
You press ⇧⌘C
You press ⌘V in iA Writer
If you want to reference a quote from a Website:
You select the section and press ⇧⌘C
You press ⌘V in iA…
We’re all big thinkers: planners, strategists, consultants,… and are biased towards trying to conceptualise everything — the challenges we’re facing in our daily work and even beyond, the world we’re living in. It’s a curse and blessing at the same time. Despite the amount of thoughts we put into our work, its success comes down to the moment we communicate them to our peers, colleagues and clients.
Yet, getting our thinking straight to build a compelling and convincing storyline can be challenging. Way to often we open our laptops and start filling the first slides of our deck or pages of an article with our thoughts immediately. While we are following our idea of what we want to say, we often miss a clear strategy of how we’re going to say it and what arguments we have to include to communicate what we’re planning to say. …
Ever since the German APG (@apg_d) offered a workshop on how to use Google effectively for Planning (which never took place) I always had this question somewhere in the back of my head. Since then I had the privileg to work with Google on some amazing clients and would like to share which tools have proven most effective during my work as Strategist @LHBS.
The first thing we all do if we have a question is, we Google. Often digging through pages and pages of search results, on the quest to find the best resources on the web. Using Google Search Operators can make our lifes so much easier when trying to find something on Google while researching on a specific topic. …