Category: Lessons Learned

Maybe IT wasn’t completely wrong

Use caution with cloud-based software

Not too long ago, business leaders had to go to IT to get new software approved and installed. Now, enterprise grade business applications are a Google search and credit-card swipe away. And the quality and variety are outstanding! Want to get your team collaborating and reduce the volume of email? A quick web search will… Read more »

UCHealth: Turning a Website into a Digital Patient Experience

Creating a Personal Touch How can a health care system that conducts nearly 3 million emergency and outpatient visits each year deliver a life-improving, personal experience online? In short, the answer is to anticipate the needs and expectations of patients online before they are communicated. For UCHealth, a Colorado-based health care provider, this is consistent… Read more »

Finding Focus in the Age of Interruption

How do we get work done when the tools we rely on for productivity also deliver constant interruption? This is the first in a series of posts about regaining focus and driving productivity. Look for more tools and strategies each Monday! I am in Orlando at a technology conference in a room filled with 400 computer geeks. Who says Greystone doesn’t know how… Read more »

Outdated software on Healthcare IT Devices Introduce Increased Security Risk

Duo Security, a secure access platform provider, recently found a significant number of devices in the healthcare industry pose a security risk due to running outdated versions of Adobe Flash. Flash is a software programming platform for delivering web-based content and applications. In a study of over 250,000 devices including desktop computers, laptops and mobile… Read more »

Office Time vs. Vacation Time

I’ve heard it said that the ancient Greeks had two words or concepts for time: Chronos and Kairos. Chronos time is the never-ending march of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries and millennia. Chronos is unrelenting and unforgiving. Chronos is deadlines and appointments. Chronos was later personified as an old man, hunched… Read more »

Navigating through Networking Events in Fort Collins- 5 Things you Must Know!

(Nate Shugrue – Marketing Admin out of our Fort Collins office shares a bit from  his recent experiences) Networking at times seems to be the least pleasurable thing to do. You’re stuck in a room among other people awkwardly attempting to make “business connections” and trading business cards like they are vintage baseball cards. But why… Read more »